Mysuru hotel completely booked; turned down accommodation for PM, staffers
In a rather totally unexpected turn of events, it is now learnt that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his entourage sought to be accommodated in a hotel in Mysuru but that request was turned down because a wedding party had already booked the entire hotel.
The dates for the accommodation was February 19-20.
The hotel itself confirmed that the deputy commissioner’s office had visited us to book rooms for the Prime Minister and his staff but that request had to be turned down.
This is on account of almost all of the rooms being booked for a wedding party, it was said.
The dates of the PM’s travel were same as the wedding reception that took place on Sunday evening.
The district administration then made arrangements for the Prime Minister and his entourage at another plush hotel in the city. He stayed at Hotel Radisson Blu overnight and Monday.
Prime Minister Modi arrived in Mysuru on Sunday night for engagements at Jain pilgrim centre Shravanabelagola in Hassan district. >