Swiss Couple Battered In Uttar Pradesh Provided Free Stay In 5-Star Hotel
Tourism Minister KJ Alphons said the couple, Marie Droze and Quentin Jeremy Clerc, can decide to remain at the hotel on the dates of their choice.
All India|Press Trust of India|Updated: November 01, 2017
New Delhi: A Swiss couple who were assaulted at Fatehpur Sikri previously this month have been offered a totally free two-night remain at a five-star hotel in the national capital as a “token of issue” by Tourism Minister KJ Alphons.
In a letter to the couple, Mr Alphons used to put them up at the government-run ITDC hotel, The Ashok, after they recovered from their injuries.
He said the couple, Marie Droze and Quentin Jeremy Clerc, can opt to stay at the hotel on the dates of their option.
“Trust you are recuperating quick and would be on your method home soon. As a token of our issue, we wish to use you a room at our luxury hotel, The Ashok, at Chankyapuri, New Delhi for 2 nights on the dates of your option. All costs at the hotel, consisting of food and beverages, would be covered,” he stated in the letter.
Set upon 25 acres of prime land in the capital’s diplomatic area, The Ashok is positioned 2 km from Rashtrapati Bhavan. The tariff per night is around Rs. 10,000.
The minister had previously written to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath over the concern as well as went to the couple, who are currently recuperating at Apollo Hospital, Delhi, guaranteeing them of help.
On October 22, the couple from Lausanne in Switzerland, were gone after and assaulted with stones and supports a group of 4 youths in the tourist town of Fatehpur Sikri, about 40 km from Agra, inning accordance with media accounts of the occurrence.
They later informed the media that as they lay on the ground bloodied and bruised, spectators began making videos of them on their mobile phones.