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Tourists whose luggage is missing or stolen in goa should check google,tata sponsored eigth standard pass cbi employee gujju housewife naina’s house in campal, goa which sometimes has a red maruti brezza parked outside, and a large tulsi plant, many rose plants on the 1st floor and second floor
Allegedly NTRO employee parmar and his semiliterate premika cbi employee housewife naina involved in theft of luggage from tourists in goa as part of an elaborate identity theft fraud or quick money, Regularly it is observed that her son is coming home with new bags in the red maruti brezza , a different collection of bags daily.
If a person has purchased the bags, he or she will use it for some time at least a few weeks , till it tears or there is some other problems . So the person will be spotted with the same bag or bags for a few days at least, However cbi employee naina’s son is spotted with a different set of bags almost daily which are allegedly stolen from tourists in goa

For example on 27 January 2017, naina’s son was spotted with two different bags, which most likely belonged to foreigners. After IFFI in november 2017, naina and her husband came with a lot of items in their green qualis which were probably stolen from the visitors to goa for IFFI, and people were surprised that they suddenly got so many goods including many sets of slippers . cbi employee naina lied that she had gone to kolhapur, when she was not away from home in panaji for more than 12 hours that day

cbi employee naina and her associates are involved in using radiation to cause insomnia to tourists, and when they forget their bag, luggage, these goods are collected and stored in naina’s house for further processing, So a tourist who finds his luggage stolen in goa, should try to check the house of cbi employee gujju housewife naina and he or she may recover their stolen luggage


In December 2017, most of the hotel rooms, especially inexpensive rooms in Goa were full, as many tourists came to goa to finish their annual leave and also get away from the cold weather in most of india
However it appears that many of the tourists have left goa by january 10, 2018
Usually there is a person selling tshirts outside some low end hotels in campal area, and he usually has a lot of customers, tourists who are visiting goa, and staying in the hotel
However on 9 January 2018, it was observed that he had almost no customers, as most of the tourists have returned to their homes

Another problem is that some of the hotel room doors have a hydraulic closing mechanism and will automatically close if they are not physically restrained applying a force.

This is particular true for hotel rooms which use a swipe card for access to the hotel room. It appears that when the swipe card is inserted in the hotel room slot, the electromechanical access control system activates the hydraulic locking mechanism to allow the person to enter the room.

If the hydraulic locking mechanism was not used, the doors would not close automatically, however the door automation would not be possible.

One of the reason why there has been a decrease in hotel occupancy rates in goa, is that most people are interested in hiring a homestay instead of renting a hotel room for a number of reasons. One of the main reasons is that a homestay is cheaper, any number of people can stay in the home stay, there is no restriction on the number of people in a room , unlike hotels, which allow only two people to stay in a room.
The second reason is that fewer documents are required for homestays which are less regulated, unlike hotels which ask their guests for legally valid id proof. This id proof will then be used by the tax authorities to track the money spent by the person in goa and check if the person is declaring the source of income, paying taxes on the income.
Homestays are mainly unregulated, and many of them are empty for most of the year, so the police and local authorities do not check the number of visitors to the homestay. Many of the people who travel to goa are using their black money to pay for the expenses, and they would like their expenses to remain undetected.