Government takes major decision in view of rising corona cases

Raipur: Chhattisgarh government has decided to deliver liquor online amid the growing crisis of coronavirus. On the orders of the State Excise Minister, district level officers have been asked to sell liquor online in their respective districts. However, offline sales of liquor will also continue. The government said the decision was taken to reduce congestion from liquor shops to rein in the coronavirus.

In addition, Excise Minister Kawasi Lakhma has directed to ensure sanitisation, barricading and social distance in all types of liquor shops. Officials said customers can order liquor offline from csmcl Online app or https://csmcl.in portal. For this, people will have to give their mobile number, full address along with Aadhaar card details. Thereafter, the liquor will be delivered to the customer's house. However, customers will also have to pay delivery charges for the same.

On the other hand, the corona is now becoming uncontrollable in India. Corona cases in Delhi and Maharashtra are growing at a rapid pace and restrictions have also begun. It is feared that the number of new corona patients may reach 1million in the next few weeks and the third wave will peak in the first week of February. It is being reported that once again the lockdown may look. While night curfew has been imposed in Maharashtra, weekly curfew has also been imposed in Delhi from today following several restrictions.

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