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Delhi to return to old regime of excise policy for 6-month period

Days after Delhi Lt. Governor VK Saxena recommends a CBI probe into the implementation of the brand new excise coverage, the federal government within the nationwide capital has determined to return to the outdated regime of retail liquor sale within the metropolis.
NEW DELHI: Days after Delhi Lt. Governor VK Saxena recommends a CBI probe into the implementation of the brand new excise coverage, the federal government within the nationwide capital has determined to return to the outdated regime of retail liquor sale within the metropolis.

A Delhi authorities notification stated “to rever to old regime of excise policy for a period of six months till a fresh excise policy is in”.

“Considering the timelines are very short, while taking other necessary actions in the matter, coordinate with the heads of DSIIDC, DTTDC, DCCWS, and DSCSC to get the information prepared latest by end of today on July 29,” the notification to the Excise Commissioner reads.

In the meantime, the Excise Coverage 2021-22, which was prolonged twice after March 31 for a interval of two months every, will come to an finish on July 31.

The Division which is remitted to come back out with a revised coverage each monetary yr, continues to be engaged on the Excise Coverage 2022-23 that recommends, amongst different issues, dwelling supply of liquor in Delhi.

The Delhi Cupboard authorised the Revised Excise Coverage 2022-23 and the brand new proposals by the Division and the group of ministers on May 5. However a last approval for amendments and implementation on the bottom must be carried out by the Lt. Governor.

A draft coverage can also be but to be despatched to Saxena for his approval.

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