An Indian tourist dies after falling from a glass-roofed attraction at a carnival in Uttar Pradesh

A tourist has died after falling to his death from a balcony at a festival in Uttar a day after a similar incident in Rajasthan.

The incident took place at a park in the eastern state of Uttar Pradesh, on Saturday evening.

In a statement on Sunday, the Uttar Pradesh Disaster Management Authority said the victim was a local man, aged in his 20s, and had been taken to a hospital.

According to a statement released by the UP DMA, the park where the incident took take place was under the control of a local government and was under strict supervision.

“The authorities have decided to suspend operations at the park and to conduct a thorough investigation into the cause of death,” the statement said.

The park was under CCTV surveillance.

The park is situated in a village about 40km (25 miles) south of Delhi, in a remote stretch of riverine area.

Officials said the man was wearing a mask, which is not required for visitors to enter the park.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Saturday that the incident was a “terrible tragedy”.

“We condemn this unfortunate incident and the police have been asked to take swift action,” he told reporters.

Earlier this month, another tourist, identified as Sukhwant Singh, was killed and a dozen others injured when a glass barrier collapsed on top of them.

Last week, a 24-year-old tourist died after his bicycle was dragged down a steep cliff while trying to cross the river in the state of Rajasandhar.