There are no places in India where Indians are not allowed to enter or reside. All citizens of India have the right to move freely within the country and to choose their place of residence. There are certain restricted or protected areas in India that may have some special regulations for entry and movement, but these restrictions apply to all individuals, regardless of their nationality.
For example, some protected areas in India, such as national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, may have special regulations in place to protect the natural environment and wildlife. These regulations may include restrictions on the number of visitors allowed in the area at a given time, or may require visitors to obtain special permits or follow specific guidelines while in the area. However, these regulations apply to all individuals, regardless of their nationality.
In general, the Constitution of India guarantees the right to freedom of movement and residence within the country to all citizens of India. If you are an Indian citizen, you have the right to travel, live, and work anywhere in the country.
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