Mysuru Hotel Owners’ Association not to support bandh

Prime News, National, Karnataka, Farmers, Mysuru, September 25:- Mysuru Hotel Owners’ Association will not be supporting the all-India bandh against the farm laws on Monday (September 27), said association president C Narayana Gowda here on Saturday (September 25).

In his media release, he said, “Farmers are the backbone of the country. We buy vegetables, fruits and milk from farmers. Four months’ curfew during the first wave and three months’ curfew during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, we went through enough problems. The hotel industry has taken the beating. We are yet to recover from the losses. We have employed around 25,000 workers.”

He said, “The hotel industry comes under essential services. We are trying to recover the losses incurred during the lockdown period. Given this scenario, I don’t think we can support the bandh call.”

Our working president Chandrashekar Hebbar and other office members were of the opinion that time is not ripe for supporting the bandh.”  (MR/KS)

Leave a Reply



Related Articles