“Today is absolutely nothing but a black working day for the market as steps to battle the pandemic is turning out to be much much more hard-hitting than the pandemic alone. With this decision, the State has place last nail in the coffin. The market which generates employment and is resource of cash flow to lakhs, are unable to endure this time as we are unable to pay out team salaries, licence service fees, meet operational charges and so forth with mere property supply and takeaways,” mentioned AHAR president Shivanand Shetty.
“We fall short to understand why hotel and cafe business is focused every single time, when there is no empirical evidence to prove that corona is emanating from the higher than mentioned places, or it is rampantly spreading only during the evening,” he pointed out.
HRAWI senior vice president Pradeep Shetty said the choice would devastate the hospitality sector as staff who were just viewing some hope of revival have all of a sudden been pushed into the darkness. “Entrepreneurs who are already managing into losses might have to once more lay-off staff who may ultimately then go to native places or resorts in other states to prevent this kind of uncertainties in Maharashtra,” stated Shivanand.