know when is dry day in Haryana-Punjab and UP

New Delhi: The country's capital Delhi will now have only three days of dry days in a year. That is, delhi's liquor shops will not be open for these three days. Let me tell you that last year there was a 21-day dry day in Delhi. The Excise Department of the Delhi government has issued orders in this regard. The decision has been taken after the implementation of the new excise policy. According to the order issued by the excise department, liquor will now be sold in Delhi on the days of Holi, Diwali and Dussehra. Apart from these, liquor shops will also be open on the day of Eid, Good Friday and Guru Nanak Jayanti.

Let me tell you that this was not the case in Delhi before. Last year, there were 21 days of dry days in Delhi. These dry days were also the days of festivals of all religions. Along with this, the days of the birth anniversaries of some great men were also dry days. According to the excise department's order, this year's Republic Day (January 26), Independence Day (August 15) and Gandhi Jayanti (October 2) will be dry days. Let us know that delhi's neighboring states of Punjab and Haryana also have dry days for these three days. However, in Punjab and Haryana, liquor shops remain closed only for the entire day on the day of Gandhi Jayanti. The rest of the liquor shops are allowed to open after 5 pm on January 26 and August 15.

At the same time, there is a dry day for 4 days in Uttar Pradesh. These include liquor shops remaining closed on Republic Day (January 26), Ambedkar Jayanti (April 14), Independence Day (August 15) and Gandhi Jayanti (October 2). Apart from these, the district magistrate has the right to close the liquor shops 3 times a year. The same happens on the day of Holi. On Holi, the liquor shop is usually closed during the day and opens in the evening.

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