PDP expresses concern over Air India Deal
In a statement , the spokesman of the party said the deal has harmed the vital interests of the state and is taking toll on tourism sector from the day one. Chief spokesman of the party, Naeem Akhtar, has termed the deal as the most non-profitable and detrimental to state economy that is already reeling under severe financial crisis due to policies of the present coalition.
The details furnished by HCI, under RTI, reveal that no order has been passed that should indicate scrapping of deal between it and DB Reality over offering Centaur under management contract to the latter. If the RTI would have not been filed, the Issue would have never come to fore, the statement read.
The spokesman remarked that deal which was inked between Air
Since HCI has gone back on the conditions of the agreement, therefore, the property must be given back to the state government he said. While in April the government had claimed that it was working on a plan to take over the hotel and even promote water sports around the Centaur, but this RTI suggests otherwise. This latest revelation has only highlighted the callous attitude of the government in handling such important matters.
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