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Vijayapura: Mangaluru based hotel owner commits suicide due to financial crisis amid COVID-19


Team Udayavani, Apr 1, 2021, 11:33 AM IST

Vijayapura: In a shocking incident, a Mangaluru based hotel owner committed suicide due to loss in business amid Covid-19

The deceased has been identified as Ganesh, owner of Amar Hotel at Indi, Vijayapura

It is said that Ganesh had taken a loan of Rs 30 Lakh to run the hotel. But as the pandemic hit, his hotel made no business, as a result, he found it difficult to pay the interest of the loan. This is suspected to be the reason for his suicide

A case has been registered at Indi city Police station

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