No alcohol for Delhiites for 3 days, liquor sale banned ahead of MCD elections- Read details
Liquor sale will be stopped in Delhi as soon as the campaigning for Delhi MCD Polls ends and the ban will continue till December 4.
- All the liquor vends, bars, and sale outlets will remain closed from December 2 to Dec 4
- Alcohol sales are banned on the day of vote counting for MCD polls i.e. Dec 7, 2022
New Delhi: Ahead of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) polls on December 4, the city Excise Department announced that alcohol sales will be prohibited for three days in the national capital starting from Friday evening. The three-day ban will come to force from the time the campaigning ends until the completion of voting. When the votes will be counted on December 7, liquor sales will again be prohibited.
"In view of the civic polls in Delhi, the State Election Commission has declared dry days from 5.30 pm of December 2 to December 4, 2022 up to 5,30 pm and again on December 7, 2022 on the day of counting of votes in the whole of NCT of Delhi," said a notification issued by the Department.
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All the liquor vends, bars, and sale outlets will remain closed on these days, the notification said.
The Excise Department and Delhi Police will patrol the city to ensure that there is no unauthorised storage of liquor or transportation of unauthorised liquor, it added.