You Can Stay With Inmates At Tihar Prison For Just £20

You Can Stay With Inmates At Tihar Prison For Just £20

10/11/2019 0 By M Zaman

The Tihar prison in Delhi is one of the most notorious prison in India. But, very soon this prison is set to become a most popular tourist spot in India. You can inside inside Tihar prison in New Delhi, India.

According to India Today reports, you can stay at the India’s most notorious prison for just Rs(Indian Rupees)2000 or £20.

However, you can reserve for stay from as little as Rs 500/£5. Currently, there are 16,000 inmates residing within the Tihar prison. It is also an overcrowded prison in India.

This prison is one of the largest prison in South Asia. It was once a home to most notorious criminals such as Indian Mujahideen founder Yasin Bhatkal and gangster Chhota Rajan.

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But, once you are considering to secure your stay at Tihar Prison. You need to comply its internal environment.

This means you have to wear prison robes, sleeping on the floor. You also need to wake up early in the morning and grinding wheats.

One of the most important rule you need to follow is you can’t bring your mobile phone there. As, it is strictly forbidden for inmates itself to use a mobile phone.

However, at Tihar prison the guests will receive foods cooked by the inmates. But, they will not be able direct interact with the inmates including their mobile phone or other electronic devices for the security reasons.

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India Today also reports “A jail spokesperson said the project file has been sent to the state Home Department for approval before being opened for tourists.”

One of the prison officer also told India Today “Even foreigners want to stay in Tihar for a live experience of Indian jails. The wish will soon be fulfilled.”

India is one of the most spectacular place on earth for tourism. Within India, you will find so many places to visit. But, make sure you have plenty of time in hand to visit different places in India.

Most recently, authorities at Taj Mahal announces, it will remain open to the public in the nearer future.

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