Parts Of Goa’s Famous Curlies Restaurant Demolished As It Violated Coastal Zone Laws

When it comes to searching for party places in Goa, Curlies restaurant located on the famous Anjuna beach in North Goa pops up as one of the must-visit places. But this morning, visuals of one of the most sought-after restros in India’s party capital being demolished were circulated online.

According to a report by Times Now, the restaurant was being taken down as it allegedly violated CRZ (Coastal Regulation Zone) and the demolition was being carried out by Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA).

The demolition of the beach shack was ordered after the NGT (National Green Tribunal) stated that the structures built on the ground were not in accordance with what the village panchayat had granted a NOC for.

While the order to take the restaurant down given by the Deputy Collector’s office was adhered to on Friday morning, the Supreme Court has currently ordered a stay on the demolition until the matter is being heard by the court. It will next hear the matter on Sept 16, reported Republic World.

“There shall be a stay on demolition with respect to structure in Survey No. 42.10 subject to the appellants not undertaking any commercial activities in respect of structures,” the court said.

The said nightclub earlier garnered eyeballs when Indian actress and politician Sonali Phogat was spotted partying at the nightclub hours before she was brought dead to a hospital in North Goa.

It was also alleged that the actress was drugged at the restaurant, some traces of which were recovered from the restaurant’s washroom.

We hope the cops and the authorities work efficiently to hold the person responsible.

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