Actress Sridevi death in Dubai Hotel room

The death of actress Sridevi at a Dubai hotel room, apartment 2201 Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel on February 24/25 2018 again highlighted the risks of staying in a hotel alone for a woman. Another high profile death in a hotel was that of sunanda pushkar, wife of shashi tharoor in a hotel in delhi.More than 4 years later, there is a lot of controversy over the death in the hotel room.

Unlike a home, whose access is closely monitored, there is no one to regulate the entry and exit of a person from a hotel.
This also highlighted the risks of using the expensive hotel facilities.

Most indian homes do not have a bath tub, so the question of drowning in the bath tub does not arise .If there was no bath tub, she would have regained consciousness after some time.

Mainly employees in India can afford expensive hotel rooms

In India, it is very difficult for a small business owner who is not well connected to make any money online and offline also as the indian intelligence and security agencies are ruthless in defaming, cheating and exploiting them, stealing orders, blocking payment
Only employees, especially government employees are making a lot of money, often without doing much work. In the budget, the government also confirmed that the average tax paid by employees is far more than small business owners.

This is reason why hotel room rates are high in goa during holiday weekends as mainly employees can afford the expensive hotel rooms, others do not make enough money to spend on luxuries.