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Excise Policy of Delhi: Delhi’s excise policy to be made with general public opinion

New Delhi: Delhi excise policy: Delhi government excise policy for the year 2021-2022 will be prepared with the suggestion of the public. In this regard, the Government of Delhi has instructed the Excise Department. The department will upload the report of the expert committee on the preparation of the excise policy on the website and seek input from the public.

After receiving suggestions for 24 days, the department will present its report to the government. The government will make a decision on this at the cabinet meeting. The excise policy is issued in Delhi every year until April 1, which remains in effect until March 31. The government formed a committee under the chairmanship of the Excise Commissioner in September to formulate this policy. The committee presented its report to the minister of excise duties, Manish Sisodia. Manish Sisodia uploaded the report online and asked the public for suggestions on the matter. Suggestions will also be taken from people associated with the liquor business.

Recommendation of the Committee of Experts Opens 3 stores in each corporate neighborhood, 816 stores in Delhi. Six liquor stores are due to open in the NDMC area at 24 and Indira Gandhi International Airport. Every two years, the stores will be distributed by lottery. Prestigious brands are preferred nationwide at registration. Licensing of hotels, clubs and restaurants should be made easier.

There should be only three dry days, as decided by the state governments of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana.

Like Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, Delhi too would have to be 21 to drink alcohol.
Rules should be established for the sale of bottles of beer, wine, and light spirits in department stores.
Suggestions on these topics were solicited

Simplify the liquor pricing mechanism.

  • Take steps to prevent excise tax evasion.
  • Ensuring equitable use of the alcohol supply.
  • Finding ways to sell liquor according to the changing nature of Delhi.

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