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Hotel, casino in Nepalgunj closed for non-payment of Rs 381M in royalties


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2022 Feb 10, 12:40, Nepalgunj
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The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has closed Dreamland Hotel in Nepalgunj, which has not paid more than Rs 381 million in royalties for operating a mini-casino. It has been found that the hotel has yet to pay Rs. 381,045,664 royalty to the government by operating a mini-casino.

The hotel and casino were closed on the instructions of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister Prem Bahadur Ale due to non-payment of royalties despite repeated notices given by the government. Happy Hour had been operating a mini-casino in Dreamland since September 5, 2010, after getting permission to run a mini Casino.

Minister Ale informed that the hotel was closed and the license of the mini-casino was revoked due to non-payment of Rs 381 million. The hotel branch of the tourism department has informed that a letter has been written to the police headquarters to stop the games being played in Dreamland Hotel with modern machines and equipment.

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