Delhi Liquor Shops Within 100 Metres From UP Border Will Remain Closed For Two Days. Know Why
Voting for the first phase of UP polls will be held in Ghaziabad and Gautam Buddh Nagar (Noida) districts on February 10.
New Delhi: Owing to the first phase Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, the Excise Commissioner of Delhi on Tuesday ordered that the liquor shops on Delhi border located within 100 metres to neighbouring Ghaziabad and Noida will be closed for next two days beginning Tuesday evening.
According to the order issued the department, dry days will be observed (before 48 hours of polling day) from 6 PM on February 8 to February 10 till end of polling and again on the counting day on March 10.
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The order will be mandatory for all the licensees of Excise department whose retail vends or premises are situated within 100 meters in Delhi from Delhi-UP border in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, it said. Voting for the first phase of UP polls will be held in Ghaziabad and Gautam Buddh Nagar (Noida) districts on February 10.
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