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Woman tourist notice hidden camera in fan inside her hotel’s room!

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New Delhi: A woman from group of tourist went to Tehri city in mountain state Uttrakhand to celebrate holidays but she noticed hidden camera installed in ceiling fan inside her hotel room.

 

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This group of people visited Tehri city with intention of enjoying here but such a shocking incident shocked them and screwed their enjoyment.

 

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As per our sources, group decided to stay in hotel and as they stayed in their respective rooms, one of tourist woman switch on fan but it was not working. She saw a light blinking on it.

 

Woman tourist on holiday noticed hidden camera inside hotel room!:

 

As she checked it, she discovered a hidden camera inside fan. This woman was dumbstruck for a moment. But she immediately called police and as a result owner of hotel was caught.

 

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We came to know from police that they have arrested owner Lakshmi Prasad Bhatt for disturbing privacy of visitors. Specters have seized hidden camera, ceiling fans, laptop, mobile and other electronic device of Lakshmi.

 

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According to sources, tourist saw a light indicator and that’s how they came to know about hidden camera inside fan. It was shocking for them to see a wireless camera and they went to inform recreationalists about it but as no one were present there. Police was called after that.

 

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FM Nirmala Sitharaman says Air India, BPCL to be sold by March 2020

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New Delhi: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said that the central government is looking to wrap up the sale of state-run companies Air India and Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) by March next year.

Sitharaman said that the sale has been strategically decided upon after being aborted a year ago due to lukewarm responses. Many investors have shown interest to purchase the two loss-making companies and it could help meet the government’s disinvestment target of Rs 1 lakh crore in the current fiscal year, she said in an interview.

“We are moving on both with the expectation that we can complete them this year. The ground realities will play out,” Sitharaman stated while speaking to The Times of India.

Earlier this month, Air India chairman Ashwani Lohani, in an open letter to Air India employees, had said that the divestment may enable the airline’s sustainability.

For Air India, there is a “lot of interest” among investors, Ms Sitharaman said.

Recently, the cabinet approved changes in the process of disinvestment where the prospective bidders will be heard in roadshows before the expressions of interest (EoIs) are floated so that concerns of the prospective buyers are addressed.

Last year, the government had floated the Expression of Interest (EoI) for Air India to offload a 76 per cent stake and management control in the airline but it did not get a single bidder. The government currently owns 100 per cent equity of Air India.

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