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Bodh Gaya hoteliers want tax relief | Patna News – Times of India

GAYA: The people associated with tourism business at Bodh Gaya sought relief from the government in view of the heavy financial losses due to the Covid pandemic and subsequent lockdowns since March last year.
At a virtual meeting with state industry minister and minister in-charge of Gaya district, Shahnawaz Hussain, on Friday, the stakeholders raised their problems.
Bodh Gaya Hotel Association general secretary and president of confederation of All India Traders Association, Sudama Kumar, said a written application in support of the demands was sent to the minister as per his suggestion. “During the virtual meeting, the minister was informed about the mental trauma and financial constraints the stakeholders have been undergoing since March last year. Since last year, the tourism business in Bodh Gaya has suffered great losses. The business can be revived with the government support only,” he said.
Sudama further said imposing lockdown in the state was a welcome decision to…

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