Maharashtra authorities free of promoting liquor for simply 4 days, earned Rs 150 crore

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Mumbai: The Maharashtra authorities has collected income of about Rs 150 crore until now after the sale of liquor began on Monday. Officials gave details about this on Thursday. The sale of liquor was stopped since March 25 as a result of lockdown carried out throughout the nation to stop the corona virus epidemic. It has been authorised to renew liquor gross sales from Monday this week. All liquor retailers might be opened for Delhiites, large resolution by Kejriwal authorities

A senior official of the state excise division mentioned that from Monday to Thursday night, income of Rs 150 crore has been collected. <! –

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                 The official mentioned, 'Excise division has collected income of about 150 crore rupees until Thursday night via the sale of liquor. There are 10,822 licensed liquor retailers within the state, of which 3,261 have been reopened. 531 policemen contaminated with corona virus up to now in Maharashtra, 51 officers included

He mentioned, 'The state had obtained greater than Rs 100 crore income until Wednesday night. On Thursday, a income of Rs 48.14 crore was accrued. He mentioned that solely on Thursday, an estimated 13.82 lakh liters of bottled India-made overseas liquor (IMFL), beer and nation liquor have been offered. Coronavirus: 16,758 figures in Maharashtra, 651 deaths up to now, 10527 contaminated in Mumbai

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