The Delhi government has taken new decisions regarding the sale of Dyapana. According to the new policy, the legal age for drinking alcohol in the national capital has been reduced to 21 years. Until now, only those over 25 were allowed. Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia on Monday (March 22) said the decision was taken in the cabinet to shorten it to 21 years. Details of the new liquor policy were revealed to the media.
Manish Sisodia said the new liquor policy has the potential to generate at least 20 per cent additional revenue for the state government through liquor sales. However, it was clarified that new liquor stores are not allowed. He also said that the government has decided not to operate liquor shops. Currently, 60 per cent of liquor shops in Delhi are government-run.
Under the new liquor policy, liquor shops will be allowed to operate if they have an area of at least 500 square feet. Those under the age of 21 are not allowed to visit liquor stores.
On the other hand .. you are the liquor mafia players in Delhi. The Delhi government operates 850 liquor stores across the city, while the liquor mafia operates 2,000 stores. Delhi police have seized 7 lakh bottles of illicit liquor in the last two years. 1939 were arrested.
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