RTE 1/1 It is not the first time that the pizzeria, which opened in the city in 2005, has come under fire.
The restaurant was set on fire in 2014 by angry customers who were unhappy with the quality of the food.
The owner, Alok Krishnan, has now said the decision to close the restaurant was made after the city government’s new management came in and started a “tough dialogue” with customers.
RTE 2/1 The owners have now said that the closure of the restaurant in question was made due to a “political dispute” and said they are trying to “move forward” and “find solutions to the problems” that have plagued the restaurant.
“The situation has become very, very difficult for the business, especially the food,” Mr Krishnan told reporters.
“We have been fighting for a long time to get the business going.
We are working on a solution to the problem.
The food has been very good.
We have been given a lot of support.
It is very difficult, very stressful and we want to move forward and find solutions to all the problems.
We do not want the problems to remain in our business.”
Mr Krishnans statement came a day after the owner said he had been forced to close his business because of the ongoing political crisis in the country.
“I am very sad about this.
It’s very difficult to keep doing business,” Mr Bharti said.
“What I am not happy about is that we have had to close our shop.
We want to go on and reopen it.
We will come back with new food.”
We were informed that we would have to close. “
In the absence of any government to intervene, we have taken this decision.
We were informed that we would have to close.
“Our customers are not happy and are looking for other options to enjoy the quality food we offer.” “
Mr Bharts statement came as the government was considering its response to the country’s first major food-borne illness outbreak in years. “
Our customers are not happy and are looking for other options to enjoy the quality food we offer.”
Mr Bharts statement came as the government was considering its response to the country’s first major food-borne illness outbreak in years.
More than 4,000 people have been diagnosed with the illness, which has also killed at least 2,300, and the government has said it is working with international aid agencies to help fight the outbreak.
The outbreak has forced some of the world’s top food producers to halt deliveries of food and has also put an end to a long-running war in Afghanistan. Rte 2