However, the government's order for an inquiry did not deter the eatery staff who allegedly once again denied entry to the woman and the kids today.

Sonali Shetty, a writer, claimed that she faced the same problem again when she went to the restaurant in the evening and staged a protest on being denied entry.

"I went there at around 4 PM with the children but we were again denied entry following which I took the children to a nearby food outlet and fed them," she claimed.

She also said, "I have already given a written complaint to the police in this regard". Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia termed the incident as an example of typical "colonial mindset" and said if the allegations against the restaurant are found to be true its licence will be cancelled.

"If allegations are found true, Delhi government will cancel licence of the restaurant," he said. Sisodia has also ordered the district magistrate of New Delhi to conduct an inquiry into the incident and submit a report within 24 hours.

"This is typical colonial mindset. Can't be tolerated. Have ordered DM New Delhi to inquire & report within 24 hours," he said in his tweet.

Meanwhile, police is yet to take any decision on whether to lodge an FIR in the matter in which Shetty had called the cops last night when she staged a protest outside the restaurant.

A senior police official said when the cops reached the spot, she complained that the restaurant owner's relative and staff members had misbehaved with her and the children and also threatened them. "We are investigating the matter thoroughly but no case has been registered yet," the official said.

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