Excise Act

Plea Moved In Delhi High Court To Seek Directions For Online Delivery of Liquor

The Petitioner has moved before the High Court to seek directions for the Government to initiating an online delivery system for liquor as it is not prohibited by the Delhi Excise Act, in order to curb the recent issue of huge crowds lining outside liquor shops and negligence of social distancing at such places. The Petitioner also suggested various other ways through which the crowd can be controlled.

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