MUNICH — Hotel supplies, hotel supplies and other miscellaneous miscellaneous items are being pulled out of hotels in Mumbai as hotels have closed for more and more time, leaving many with no options to stock up.
Hotels have been forced to sell their rooms for up to three months before they can reopen as they are unable to buy any supplies they need.
There are also reports of people who have lost everything due to the lack of supply.
“We are in the midst of a crisis.
It’s like a tsunami has come through.
People are losing everything.
There are only a few hotels left,” said Javed Khan, a hotelier and former president of the Hoteliers Association of India.
Many of these hotels have no room service and are selling food and drinks at their peak, while others are selling only water.
The Mumbai Hotels Association has called for a general strike on Thursday to force hotels to close as the shortage of supplies has been severe.
While there are no plans for any general strike, hoteliers in other cities have begun to mobilize.
Khan said it is the last resort for hotels to stay open for longer than a month, as they do not have the capital money to buy additional supplies.
“The hotels have been unable to sell hotel rooms for months now.
It is going to take a few months for hotels like Bombay’s to be able to reopen,” he said.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a five-day strike on December 9, which ended on December 17, and has asked hotels to open their doors by that time.
He also announced a plan to create more public sector banks and more public infrastructure, which is not happening.