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S1: The economic liberalisation policy of the Indian government has boosted tourism in the country.

S2: The availability of a number of options of railway, marine and air transport has not contributed much to the development of the tourism industry.

Based on the statements given, select the correct option from the following:

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S1 and S2 are true.
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S1 and S2 are false.
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S1 is true, S2 is false.
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S1 is false, S2 is true.
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The correct option is C S1 is true, S2 is false.
The economic liberalisation policy of the Indian government has boosted tourism in the country. It increased the number of people travelling back and forth from India considerably.

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