Prime minister Modi stayed in Mysuru last year.. Rs. 80 lakh rent arrears.. Hotel management threatened..

During prime minister Modi's stay in Mysuru last year, the hotel management has issued threats regarding non-payment of rent of Rs 80 lakh.

The wildlife sanctuary is located at Mudumalai in the Nilgiris district. The sanctuary is located along the karnataka state border and that too on the Ooty-Mysore main road. Adjacent to this reserve, Bandipur National tiger Reserve has been set up in Kundaluppet, Samrajnagar district, Karnataka.

Started in 1973, this tiger reserve is spread over an area of 18,278 square km. This tiger reserve completed 50 years last year. On this occasion, the 50th anniversary of this tiger reserve was held in april last year.

Prime minister Modi took a private flight to Mysuru from Chennai, tamil Nadu to attend the function. Then prime minister Modi rested at the star hotel Radisson Blu Plaza in Mysuru.

Then the next day, PM Modi drove to the Oval from the star hotel. From there he went to Gundaluppet in Samrajnagar district by helicopter and went to Bandipur tiger Reserve.

The prime minister also took a 20 km jeep ride to visit the wild animals. Apart from tigers and elephants, Modi visited many animals including pythons and jackals. Modi later participated in the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the tiger Reserve.

In this situation, the rent of the star hotel where prime minister Modi came to participate in the function is said to be Rs. 80 lakh. There has been a complaint that karnataka Forest Department has not yet paid this due amount. The hotel management has also warned that legal action will be taken if the rent arrears are not paid. The hotel has threatened legal action if the outstanding dues are not paid by the 1st.

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