wine sales in supermarkets The state government has decided to sell liquor from grocery stores and malls. Before the implementation of this decision, the state excise department has sought objections and suggestions from the people of the state till June 29. Let’s know in detail

Objections and suggestions were sought from the people of the state

If alcohol became readily available, the children of ordinary people would go on addictive diets. The decision taken by the government to increase the revenue was against the interests of the people, many social organizations also took to the streets against it. As a result, the government has now invited objections and suggestions from the people of the state. The decision to implement this decision will be taken after considering the objections and suggestions received.

Strong opposition to selling liquor


Various social organizations, including the opposition, have strongly opposed the sale of liquor from grocery stores. In view of the anger of the people and social workers Maharashtra The government has made available a separate e-mail for the general public to submit suggestions and objections. Budget In the session, the opposition had strongly criticized the state government’s decision to sell liquor.

send by e-mail

The Excise Commissioner has appealed to send the objections and suggestions by post to [email protected] or by post to the State Excise Commissioner, 2nd Floor, Old Zakat Ghar, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Marg, Fort Mumbai 400023. Objections and suggestions will be accepted till June 29.

Decision not to implement the decision immediately

Meanwhile, the state government had decided to sell liquor from grocery stores across the state. But now the state government has decided not to implement the decision to sell liquor from grocery stores. The draft of the new rules will be published first. Public feedback and objections will be invited. Only after that a final decision will be taken in this regard.

Anna Hazare’s letter to the Chief Minister

It is very unfortunate for Maharashtra to start selling liquor from supermarkets and kirana stores as per the policy decision taken by the state government a few days back. It appears that this decision has been taken only keeping in view the increasing revenue of the state and the interests of the liquor producers and sellers. But this decision can make young children and young people addicted. Hazare said in the letter that he was saddened by the government’s failure to address the issue. Youth power is our national power. He has no option but to oppose the decision. Hazare had said in his letter that this unfortunate argument is being made by the government that liquor is not liquor.