On Air With Woman Denied Entry, Gurgaon Restaurant Owner Hangs Up

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The owner of the restaurant abruptly ended the call when questioned about the incident.

New Delhi:

The owner of a popular Gurgaon restaurant that had on Friday night allegedly refused entry to a woman with a physical disability as it would “disturb other customers” today hung up during a live interview with NDTV when asked to explain the management’s actions.

Goumtesh Singh, Founder Partner at Raasta, said that the manager who was on duty has been let go but refused to comment further. “I would just like to talk to her and would like to apologise to her,” he said and abruptly ended the call when questioned about the incident.

Srishti Pandey, in a long Twitter thread, had said that she visited the place with her best friend and her family on Friday in one of her “first outings in so long.” However, “wheelchair andar nahi jaygi (the wheelchair won’t go inside)” was allegedly the reply she got from the staff at the restaurant’s front desk.

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