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Updated On 17-10-2018 17:32:07 ISTUpdated On 17-10-20182018-10-17T00:00:00.000Z17-10-2018 2018-10-17T00:00:00.000Z - 2018-10-17T12:02:07.096Z - 17-10-2018
In order to boost tourism and facilitate people visiting various places in late hours, AP government issued orders to allow hotels to operate till midnight 12. The government order issued by labour department however mentioned that this rule will not be applicable for bar & restaurants.
The move will also boost revenue for the hotels as they can now function till 12 as compared to the earlier closing timing of 10:30 PM.
“As the move will boost tourism and boost the revenue for hotels, restaurants and vendors, this G.O was issued”, an official from revenue department said. Tourism secretary Mukesh Kumar Meena held a meeting with Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu where this decision was taken.
“Extended working hours would necessitate additional manpower, which would increase income for the workers. The revenue generated by hotel owners will also go up and, therefore, the per capita income will rise. Because of fruitful discussions with the labour department, this was possible”, APTDC CEO Himanshu Shukla said.
The move will is also expected to boost the state’s revenue generation from taxes and will also promote night life along with providing access to food for people with odd working hours.
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