Dharamsala’s Tibetan Hotels Served Notices after Shutting Indian Hotels

The Tibetan monasteries, organizations and individual owners of around two dozens of hotels in Dharamsala has been served notices by the Commissioner of the Dharamshala Municipal Corporation (DMC). This notice comes after local Indians who faced electricity and water disconnection of their hotels and guest houses filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) on status of the Tibetan hotels.

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29 More Hotels in McLeod Ganj Lose Power Connections

Following the meeting of Dharamsala Municipal Corporation, the local administrative body has issued an order for the disconnection of power supply for 29 more hotels in McLeod Ganj on Wednesday. This order to snap the power supply for hotels and restaurants around Dharamsala now added up to a total of 157 such enterprises.

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Dharamsala Hoteliers Hoping for New Govt to Provide Relief

The Dharamsala hoteliers who are in visible duress due to the High Court decision decreeing illegal hotels to be sealed, are now pinning their hope on the new government. The Tribune recently reported that a delegation of hotel association met Minister for Town and Country Planning Sarween Chaudhary and Chief Jai Ram Thakur and submitted a memorandum of their demands.

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Dharamsala Hotels To Be Inspected Under High Court Order

The High Court has ordered to inspect the Dharamsala hotels and other establishments according to the report in the Tribune last week. The Pollution Control Board regional officer has been directed by the High court carry out an inspection of the hotels and other establishments in Dharamsala, McLeodganj and Naddi as many are running without seeking requisite sanctions.

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