Goa Tourism: Goa Tourism Department sent notice to Yuvraj Singh, he has to appear on December 8
Panaji Yuvraj Singh: Goa’s tourism department has issued a notice to former cricketer Yuvraj Singh for operating his villa in Morjim as a ‘homestay’ without registering it. The department has called Yuvraj Singh for questioning on December 8 at 11 am, who will have to answer questions in his defense in the questioning. It may be noted that under the Goa Tourism Business Act 1982, ‘homestays’ or hotels can be operated in the state without registration.
Rajesh Kale, deputy director of the state tourism department, has sent a notice to former cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s villa Casa Singh’s address in Morjim, North Goa on November 18 and directed the former in a public notice. The players will appear before him for a personal hearing on December 8 at 11 am.
Tourism department to ask the 40-year-old former cricketer Can issue penalty notice why not initiate penal action (fine up to one lakh rupees) against them for non-registration of property under Tourism Business Act. Further, the notice states, ‘It has come to the notice of the undersigned that your residential premises located at Varchevada, Morjim, Pernem, Goa are allegedly being operated as homestays and bookings on online platforms like ‘Airbnb’ Its being done. Also available for .
The department also cited in the notice a tweet by Yuvraj Singh, in which he had said that he would be hosting six people at his Goan home and bookings would be done only on ‘Airbnb’.