PMC razes unauthorised portions of 13 restaurants

  • | Friday | 3rd November, 2023

Pune: The civic body on Thursday took action against 13 restaurants and food outlets in the Shivajinagar area and razed the unauthorised portions in the side and front margins of the properties. The action was taken on locations such as Ghole Road and Apte Road, a statement issued by the Pune MunicipalCorporation read. The administration had issued notices to these food joints.However, they did not act on the directives. As a result, the unauthorised portions of the properties were razed, said Sunil Kadam, a seniorPMC official. Another official said the civic administration, during the drive, demolished around 5,800 sq ft of unauthorised portions of Green Signal restaurant. Unauthorised construction spread over around 9,000 sq ft was razed during the entire drive. When contacted, Pratik Khivansara, a partner of Green Signal, said he would not be able to immediately comment on the issue. The PMC official said they have undertaken special drives in different areas to demolish unauthorised constructions since last year. A major fire had broken out in the first week of November 2022 at a rooftop restaurant in Lullanagar and necessary action was taken. Twenty-five unauthorised eateries operating on terraces were demolished in the drive within a week after the fire at the Lullanagar restaurant.Vijay Kumbhar of Surajya Sangharsha Samiti, said, The administration should ensure that the officials responsible for ignoring the unauthorised constructions should also be taken to task.We also published the following articles recentlyPune: Vimannagar water woes continue, PMC promises action within a dayResidents of Vimannagar in Pune are facing water shortage, with restricted supply, inequitable distribution, and low pressure over the past 10 days. Despite substantial rains in the dams until the end of September, residents are frustrated and demand clarity on the reasons behind the prolonged water shortage. Water rationing has been implemented, leaving residents with an uncertain water schedule. The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has been urged to provide critical and timely information about the water supply situation. The PMC has acknowledged technical issues and is working to resolve them.THIS restaurant in Japan serves unbelievably delicious South Indian foodPrasanna Karthik, a former policy advisor to the late Chief Minister of Goa, had a remarkable experience in Kyoto, Japan. He visited a South Indian restaurant called Tadka, which was owned and operated by Japanese people. The restaurant stands out because it breaks the trend of Indian eateries overseas being owned by Indians. Karthik was impressed by the authenticity of the food and praised the dosa and idli. He also mentioned that the restaurant promotes eating with hands, which is a departure from the Japanese tradition of using chopsticks. Overall, Tadka is keeping the authenticity of South Indian cuisine alive in Kyoto.THIS restaurant fines people for "poor parenting"A restaurant in the US is charging parents extra if their children misbehave. The Toccoa Riverside Restaurant in Georgia has introduced an "adult surcharge" for customers whose kids cause disruptions. The restaurant enforces a strict "no respect, no service" policy and also applies a 20% surcharge for larger groups, birthday celebrations, and customers who want to split the bill. Additionally, customers paying by card are charged an extra 3.5%. The restaurants policy has received criticism on Reddit for its perceived bias and high charges.

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