In the aftermath of the Murree disaster, the Punjab government and regional authorities took action against illegal hotels for tourists.
According to officials, in the aftermath of the Murree disaster a few days ago, the Punjab government and regional authorities have begun closing down hotels, taking steps to make illegal profits.
To date, 15 Murree hotels have been closed due to overcrowding complaints. Affected communities have paid up to $ 50,000 to $ 70,000 per night to save their lives on the ice.
Complaints of overcrowding in hotels were rife on social media and in the Murree Control Room, with management taking drastic action to close 15 different hotels on Abu Dhabi Road, Guldana Road, Upper Jhika Gali Road and Bank Road.
Meanwhile, the Murree Hotel Association, at a press conference, called on the government to step up its efforts to boycott Murree. The owners say the strike has become a ‘Economic Murder’ for the Murree people.
The owners claim that 50,000 to 70,000 rental claims are propaganda against us. They called everyone a liar while inviting the public to come to him.