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Bengaluru Restaurants Battle For Survival Amid Covid, Rising Gas Prices


Smaller eateries have additionally been dealt a double blow resulting from Covid and rising fuel costs (Representational)

Bengaluru:

The hospitality business, which was badly-hit in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, is going through one other problem with the price of fuel cylinders rising quickly. Even although a number of states in India have allowed eating places and cafes to renew operations, earnings have been slim as a result of excessive costs of LPG.

The proprietor of Bengaluru’s Udupi Mane Thindi restaurant, Vijay Kumar, instructed NDTV that it has change into troublesome for them to run an eatery. “The cost of a cylinder today is Rs 1595. We use six cylinders a day – about 200 cylinders a month. The cost of everything has gone up, but we haven’t raised the cost of items because business is down because of coronavirus. So we are maintaining prices. It is very difficult for us to run a hotel,” Mr Kumar mentioned.

Despite the earnings taking a success, the restaurant has continued its operations because it employs 50 folks.

Smaller eateries have additionally been dealt a double blow resulting from Covid and rising fuel costs.

Rahmat, who sells biryani, instructed NDTV that his enterprise is lifeless as even the rents have gone up. “What shall we live on? Rents are up and business is dead. We use a cylinder a day – so calculate how much that is in a month. We have to keep Rs 50000 just for gas,” Mr Rahmat mentioned.

Several small eating places in Bengaluru have needed to halt their operations in the previous couple of days.

Bengaluru Urban district recorded 148 new Covid circumstances within the final 24 hours.


https://www.ndtv.com/karnataka-news/bengaluru-restaurants-battle-for-survival-amid-covid-rising-gas-prices-2576641

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