Wine Shop News in Maharashtra: Five Maharashtra districts not to allow liquor sale | Pune News - Times of India

Source: The Times of India - View Original Article
Published: May 04, 2020
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90% "Besides, several liquor manufacturing and bottling units located in Aurangabad can resume production, but the district administration has prohibited its sale.""
78% "The Nagpur civic body has also decided not to allow liquor sale in the city municipal limits, a senior district official said.""
67% "The Buldhana and Amravati administrations have also decided to continue with prohibition on liquor sale till May 17 and only allow sale of essential ..."
62% "Administrations of Solapur, Aurangabad, Jalna, Buldhana and Amravati districts have issued instructions that liquor shops will not be allowed to open.""
-57% "The decision is taken in adherence to the Disaster Management Act, and to prevent any further spread of the coronavirus infection, a collector from ..."
-58% "A day after the Maharashtra government said shops selling non-essential commodities, including liquor, will be allowed to open from Monday in the Covid-19 non-containment ..."
-66% "It is the civic body's decision and there are no such instructions from the Nagpur district collector, which would mean liquor sale is prohibited ..."
-93% "Liquor is a major source of revenue for Maharashtra, which earned about Rs 45,000 crore in the form of taxes on it in 2019-20, ..."


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90% : Besides, several liquor manufacturing and bottling units located in Aurangabad can resume production, but the district administration has prohibited its sale.
78% : The Nagpur civic body has also decided not to allow liquor sale in the city municipal limits, a senior district official said.
67% : The Buldhana and Amravati administrations have also decided to continue with prohibition on liquor sale till May 17 and only allow sale of essential commodities, sources said.
62% : Administrations of Solapur, Aurangabad, Jalna, Buldhana and Amravati districts have issued instructions that liquor shops will not be allowed to open.
43% : "The decision is taken in adherence to the Disaster Management Act, and to prevent any further spread of the coronavirus infection," a collector from one of these districts told PTI on Monday.
42% : A day after the Maharashtra government said shops selling non-essential commodities, including liquor, will be allowed to open from Monday in the Covid-19 non-containment zones, five districts in the state have decided not to permit liquor sale.
34% : It is the civic body's decision and there are "no such instructions from the Nagpur district collector, which would mean liquor sale is prohibited in the city limits but allowed in rural areas," he said.
7% : Liquor is a major source of revenue for Maharashtra, which earned about Rs 45,000 crore in the form of taxes on it in 2019-20, an official from state excise department said.

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