In the wake of making Telugu a necessary subject from in all the state syllabus-schools in Telangana state , Chief minister K Chandra shekar Rao has taken another important decision that is probably going to influence an expansive segment of individuals.
While making Telugu a required subject that is being praised by all Telugu-language peoples, the other choice is not anticipated that would be appreciated as alcohol deals will be stretched out till 11 pm. The new decision will come into drive from October first and it will be pertinent in the GHMC limits.
A GO has been issued declaring the same. Truth be told, KCR’s choice to confirm the new Excise Policy that would permit the offer of alcohol till 11 pm from existing 10 pm has stunned numerous people. This is expected to welcome fire from Opposition parties and numerous different socialites, NGOs who have been battling for the restriction on liquor as families of many poor people are in question and their health issues.
Nonetheless, according to the new Excise Policy, government has made it required to introduce no less than two CCTV cameras at all the authorized retail outlets and connection them directly to the state Excise Control Room of Prohibition and Excise Department.
This is following a couple of untoward episodes revealed at alcohol outlets in the current months and a move to control peace issues at wine shops. In the interim, there is no adjustment in the quantity of authorized alcohol outlets. The aggregate number of wine shops and bars would continue as before under the new excise policy.
The aggregate number of alcohol outlets in the state are 2016. The non refundable enrollment expense for the foundation of wine shops has been increased two times from Rs 50,000 to Rs one lakh to meet the income targets set by the Telangana government in 2017-18 .