The Goa Department of Tourism sent a notice to former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh. He has been sent a notice due to his house in Goa. Yuvraj Singh has a villa in Morjim, Goa called ‘Singh House’. A notice has been sent to Yuvraj for failing to search this house. Actually, Yuvraj Singh had registered his villa online for homestay. But Yuvraj did not know that he would have to ask permission from the authorities to stay here.
Yuvi put up an ad about her house. Following this, the Goa Department of Tourism sent him a notice. Homestays must be registered under the Goa Tourism Trade Act 1982. Rajesh Kale, Deputy Director of the Goa Department of Tourism, sent a notice to Yuvraj Singh on 18 November. He will now be heard on December 8 at 11 am.
In the notice, Goa Tourism wrote: “It has come to our knowledge that your residential property located at Varchewada, Morjim, Pernem, Goa is being used as homestay accommodation and is also being marked on online platforms such as AirBnB.” Along with this, Yuvraj was also given the pudding of that tweet, where he advertised his villa with AirBnB. Yuvraj Singh will see what response he will give to this notice.
If Yuvraj Singh does not reply to this notice before the due date i.e. December 8th, the allegation in the notice will be presumed to be correct and you may be fined up to Rs 1 lakh for violation of law.