Goa Restaurant ‘Curlies’ To Be Demolished Over Violating Norms

Goa Restaurant Curlies, where Sonali Phogat (BJP Leader) was drugged to be demolished. The National Green Tribunal rejected the ‘Curlies’ appeal on Thursday.

Recently, a popular restaurant in Goa that is situated on the well-known Anjuna beach made headlines when BJP lawmaker Sonali Phogat was discovered partying at the establishment hours before she passed away. After being detained along with three other people in connection with the killing of Phogat, the business’s owner, Edwin Nunes, was eventually released on bail.

According to the source, a new order mandating the demolition of Curlies was issued by the GCZMA on Thursday. In 2016, the GCZMA issued the first order of destruction, which the administration of Curlies appealed before the NGT.

Before she passed away on August 23, the BJP politician, who was also a former TikTok celebrity and a participant on the reality programme ‘Bigg Boss,’ was reportedly drugged at the restaurant, as reported by the police.

After the restaurant’s management was unsuccessful in obtaining any relief from the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in a lawsuit going back to 2016, it is anticipated that the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) will destroy the controversial restaurant.

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