Liquor shops not open despite government announcement, loss of 1800 crore so far

Despite the announcement by the Shivraj government in Madhya Pradesh, most liquor shops did not open on Tuesday. The government's worries have increased due to this. The contractors kept their shops closed protesting the increase in license fee by 25 percent and 30 contractors have also filed a petition in the High Court. The court has given instructions to the government to reply in two weeks.

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The government has lost Rs 1800 crore in revenue due to non-opening of liquor shops in March and April. Most of the contractors of Madhya Pradesh kept the shops closed on Tuesday. His argument was that license fees have been raised by 25 per cent in new contracts, while there has been a huge loss in business due to the closure of shops for two months. In such a situation, how will the condition of the government be followed?

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The main objection of the contractors is that the government has given permission to open shops from seven in the morning to seven in the evening, while the terms of the contract refer to the opening of shops from 9:30 am to 11:30 pm. The contractors also say that opening the shop from seven in the morning to seven in the evening will cause huge losses. These arguments have also been included in the petition filed in the High Court. The loss of 1029 crores in April resulted in a huge decrease in revenue due to the closure of liquor shops and non-completion of excise contracts on 31 March 2020 due to the transition of Covid-19 in March.

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