Delhi Highcourt: If you do not get ‘Quarter and Powa’, then how will the poor drink, the matter reached the High Court…
New Delhi . Delhi Highcourt Wine News : Many petitions have been filed in the Delhi government on the new policy of sale of liquor. In separate petitions, there is also a petition by lawyer Arun Mohan. It has been said in this petition that the new policy is going to make a big difference to the youth. It has been said that the legal drinking age has not been done well by reducing it, it will have a bad effect on the society. It has also been said in this petition that such a policy has been brought to take into account the income from sub-tax. Let us tell you that the excise policy will be implemented from Wednesday in the capital of the country, Delhi.
encourages to drink alcohol
Delhi Highcourt Wine News : The petitioner has appealed in the Delhi High Court that the new liquor sale policy of the Delhi government encourages drinking. He said that the government should at least keep in mind what effect it is going to have on the youth. In view of the long cases of the petitioners, the Delhi High Court has now adjourned all the hearings till Monday.
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No alcohol for the poor
Delhi Highcourt Wine News : Another petitioner has raised the question in the court that there are many flaws in the policy of the Delhi government. The petitioner said that under this new policy, now there will be no quarter or pauva in the capital. The petitioner said that poor people cannot buy more than this in one go, in such a situation it will be a shameful thing for poor alcoholics. The petitioner says that in such a situation, the poor man will not be able to drink alcohol. Let us tell you that the sale of liquor in Delhi has now been given in private hands and many policies have also been changed. After which people are reaching the court against the policies.
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