Chandigarh, 24th November
A district court ruled that the Audi and Chevrolet Cruise car auctions of two guests who left Hotel Shivalikvue run by the Chandigarh Industry and Tourism Development Corporation (CITCO) without paying a bill of 1.9 million rupees in 2018. ordered.
CITCO has filed a petition in court for the installation and auction of luxury cars to collect arrears. The court stayed the case on January 7, 2023 to file an auction report. The auction order states that the highest bidder will be declared the buyer of the car.
For the past four years, the car of a default suspect has been parked at the hotel entrance. CITCO will Auction as soon as possible so that you can recover the principal and interest.
According to a petition filed with the court, CITCO alleged that two guests, Ashwani Kumar Chopra and Ramnik Bansal, stayed at the hotel for months in 2018 without paying their bills.
We both stayed in separate suites and enjoyed hotel services such as meals, laundry and hard drinks.
One of the guests tried to flee the hotel without paying, but security said the gate was closed. The guest then left the Audi Q3 in the parking lot and he asked CITCO to keep the key as a guarantee for the membership fee. The police were present when the keys were handed over. The second guest gave the hotel staff the keys to her Chevrolet Cruze car and promised to pay the membership fee.
However, after the two failed to pay, the authorities tried to recover the arrears through talks, but were unsuccessful. They then moved the courts to collect the dues.
held as collateral
- Ramnik Bansal and Ashwani Kumar Chopra check in at Hotel Shivalikview on Sec 17 in 2018.
- Both enjoy hotel service but unable to pay bill of Rs 19 lakh
- They issue 3 checks for Rs 6L each which is a disgrace
- Hotel approaches police and DDR is registered with police
- The staff prevents the “defaulters” from driving away.Hold these as security for pending amounts
- CITCO moves court over check bounces and dues collection