High Court allows herbal hookahs at Delhi's pub-restaurants
High Court allows herbal hookahs at Delhi's pub-restaurants

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday temporarily allowed the sale of herbal hookahs at restaurants and bars in the country's capital. The High Court said that the restrictions of corona virus cannot be allowed at the cost of one's livelihood.

Hearing petitions filed by various restaurants and bars against the ban on the Birki of herbal flavored hookah, Justice Rekha Palli said that the restrictions imposed due to the epidemic cannot always go on. He said the administration has already approved the opening of cinema halls and swimming pools at full capacity. The court clarified that it is giving this relief tentatively and it is a direction for the petitioners that they will have to strictly follow the corona protocol while giving herbal hookah. The matter will be heard next on February 9.

The court ordered that the state government will not be able to stop the petitioners filing undertakings serving herbal hookah till the next date. He further said that the defendant will be free to go to court on any change in the situation in the corona.

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