Madras High Court orders closure of liquor outlets in Tamil Nadu, on-line sale exemption

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Chennai: The Madras High Court on Friday ordered the closure of all authorities liquor outlets in Tamil Nadu. However, the court docket has given exemption on on-line sale of liquor. It is noteworthy that liquor outlets had been allowed to open within the third section of the lockdown carried out to stop the corona virus epidemic however the court docket mentioned that it’s a full violation of the rules. Maharashtra CM Thackeray urges migrants – 'Be affected person', Army is not going to be deployed in Mumbai

While listening to a petition filed by advocate G Rajesh and Kamal Haasan's social gathering Makkal Nidhi Mayam (MNM), a bench of Justice Vineet Kothari and Justice Pushpa Satyanarayana took cognizance of violation of guidelines of crowd and social distance in entrance of liquor outlets. Order handed. <! –

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It is noteworthy that liquor outlets had been opened within the state besides Chennai on Thursday, 43 days after the lockdown attributable to Kovid-19. Railway working 222 laborers particular trains, 2.5 lakh folks availed it until now: Ministry of Home Affairs

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