According to the Delhi government’s new excise policy, around 40 per cent of liquor vends in the national capital that are run privately will shut down for 46 days from October 1.,cric wap
boylesports app apk download,Under the new policy, all the 850 liquor vends, including the 260-odd outlets run privately, have been given to private firms through open tender. The new licence holders will start retail sale of liquor in the city from November 17.
In the transition period of nearly one-and-half months from October 1 till November 16, only government-run liquor shops will stay open to cater to the festive season rush. The government vends will stop the retail sale of liquor on November 16.,fish game slot
Turning down the plea, the bench of apex court comprising justices AM Khanwilkar and CT Ravikumar asked what larger public interest will be served if the shops are allowed to function till November 16.,fanduel app
“We are not inclined to entertain these petitions.What larger public interest will be served if the private liquor vends are allowed to operate till November 16," the bench asked, HT reported.,ilkel tennis