People are started to avoid any connection with social life during the lockdown. But a group of foreign tourists has been taken a unique hideout amid lockdown in India.
There are six foreigners in a group are living in a cave near Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. They are spotted by the police and have been sent to an ashram on Sunday. Four-man and two women from France, Turkey, the United States of America and Nepal were running out of money while staying in a hotel. So they decided to stay in a cave for the rest of the days of lockdown.
The police have asked them for a medical check-up, and they came out with a healthy report. The group has to ration their remaining money to purchase food and other essentials items.