- June 29, 2021 / 4 min readLocated at the most busiest beach in the city, Baga beach in North Goa, Titos has been synonymous with nightlife in the tourist state.
Partying in Goa will not be the same again, as cities most loved and happening nightlife spot have been sold due to harassment by local authorieties.
Richardo Joseph D’Souza or popularly called ‘Ricky’, one of the owners at Titos, Goa’s iconic and party pub posted on Facebook yesterday that the group has to sell their entire business in Goa, citing harassment by the local police, NGOs, Panchayat and Sarpanchs.
Located at the most busiest beach in the city, Baga beach in North Goa, Titos has been synonymous with nightlife in the tourist state.
“It is with sadness but with anger that we have sold our entire business in Goa. I personally have suffered the least as I was compensated adequately and even my future generations won’t have to work,” shared Ricky, whose family owns the club in a post on Facebook.
He didn’t reveal the identity of new owners who now own the popular destination.
D’Souza is also grateful to “certain segment of the government like Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, the IAS officers, ex-staff, present staff, his neighbours, all his friends and family and the common people of Goa who all contributed to this great brand called Tito’s.
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