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Plaint filed against Silly Soul rejected


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Panaji: Excise Commissioner Narayan Gad on Thursday rejected a complaint filed against Silly Soul and Restaurant and Bar allegedly linked to Union Minister Smriti Irani that demanded suspension of the eatery’s Excise License.

In his order, Gad held that the renewal was legal and valid as it was transferred to Anthony Da Gama’s wife after his death.

The complaint was filed by social activist Advocate Aires Rodrigues against the license issued to the restaurant located at Assagao in North Goa.

Rodrigues had mentioned in the complaint that the excise license was renewed in the name of Anthony D Gama who had expired a year before the renewal.

He had demanded suspension of the license and order of an inquiry on the ground that fraudulent and fabricated documents were produced to obtain the licence.

He had also pointed out that the license was renewed in June 2022 while the licensee had passed away on May 17 last year.

The social activist said he would challenge the order in the high court.

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