Delhi's Private Liquor Vends To Be Shut For Over A Month Starting tomorrow

  • 40 percent of the private liquor vends in the National Capital of Delhi will be shut down from October 1.

  • Under the new Excise policy of the Delhi government, all the 850 liquor vends, including the 260 outlets that 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. The one-and half months term will act as a transition period, in which only the government run liquor shops will run- which will close on November 16.

  • The Delhi government under its new excise policy divided the city into 32 zones and bid the liquor vends there aiming an equitable distribution of retail liquor business across the city. Each zone comprising 8-10 wards will have around 27 vends.

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