Licences of 'Khan Chacha', 'Town Hall' owned by businessman Navneet Kalra cancelled, Delhi High Court informed
Navneet Kalra, Townhall, Khan chacha

Licences of 'Khan Chacha', 'Town Hall' owned by businessman Navneet Kalra cancelled, Delhi High Court informed

Licensing body not convinced by the restaurateur response to show-case notice, says he violated terms of registration certificate

Businessman Navneet Kalra on Friday informed the Delhi High Court that the licenses of his restaurants Khan Chacha and Town Hall have been cancelled. [Navneet Kalra v. Additional Commissioner of Police, Licensing, Delhi & Anr].

Justice Rekha Palli was informed by Kalra’s counsel Advocate Gurinder Pal Singh that the licensing authority had on July 23 cancelled the licenses of his client’s restaurants Khan Chacha and Town Hall. The court also clarified that it hadn't expressed any opinion on the claims made in Kalra's plea.

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