Dhaba operators angry in the Corona period – Dhaba operators angry in the Corona period

Khatauli. Dhaba operators were also affected during the corona transition period. The unavailability of customers has also made it difficult to determine the cost of rent and labor.
There are more than a hundred dhabas on the Delhi-Dehradun highway in the Khatauli region. The work of these dhabas is also surrounded by crises. The effect of the corona curfew can also be seen on them. Due to Corona, the number of passengers is small and those who travel under duress. They also avoid outside eating. In such a situation, the hotel dhaba business in the Khatauli region is about to close. The Dhaba operator Sunil Kumar on the National Highway said that there is no passenger on the highway due to a corona infection, which is why the Dhaba is also empty. In such a situation it has also become difficult to determine labor costs. It is also difficult to pay the rent of the dhaba.
According to Dhaba businessman Gulzar, Kapil, his job is about to close. Passengers wait all day for the car to arrive, but no one is ready to stop. In such a situation, the daily prepared food is also spoiled. Dhaba Swami Vaibhav Kumar, Swami Vedprakash, says that even after owning the land, it was difficult to cover the cost of the dhabar’s work.

Khatauli. Dhaba operators were also affected during the corona transition period. The unavailability of customers has also made it difficult to determine the cost of rent and labor.

There are more than a hundred dhabas on the Delhi-Dehradun highway in the Khatauli region. The work of these dhabas is also surrounded by crises. The effect of the corona curfew can also be seen on them. Due to Corona, the number of passengers is small and those who travel under duress. They also avoid outside eating. In such a situation, the hotel dhaba business in the Khatauli region is about to close. National Highway Dhaba operator Sunil Kumar said there were no passengers on the highway due to corona infection, which is why the Dhaba is also empty. In such a situation it has also become difficult to determine labor costs. It is also difficult to pay the rent of the dhaba.

According to Dhaba businessman Gulzar, Kapil, his job is about to close. Passengers wait all day for the car to arrive, but no one is ready to stop. In such a situation, the daily prepared food is also spoiled. Dhaba Swami Vaibhav Kumar, Swami Vedprakash, says that even after owning the land, it was difficult to cover the cost of the dhabar’s work.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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