Instructions for issuing identification cards to liquor sellers

DM and SP meet in the auditorium of the Collectorate on the manufacture and sale of illegal spirits.
– Photo: HATHRAS

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Samvad News Agency, Hathras.
DM Ramesh Ranjan held a meeting with licensees in the Collectorate Auditorium to curb the sale / extraction and consumption of illegal liquor in the district. DM instructed to issue ID cards for sellers.
DM Ramesh Ranjan said the administration could only stop the sale of illegal liquor with the cooperation of licensees. Under no circumstances should alcohol be sold in excess to anyone. During the investigation, it is found that every dhaba, grocery store, is illegally selling alcohol in the village and any person involved will be held liable for their license revocation and legal action will be taken.
Do not trust the sellers, be careful and do self-checks in your store from time to time. Keep a close eye on the seller and keep them under your control. Whichever seller is suggested for sale, that person should be from that district.
The DM said that selling illegal liquor from the store, selling liquor mixed with water, and selling liquor at a price higher than the MRP should not be done. If illegal liquor is found to be sold in the excise business, both the seller and the licensee will be prosecuted.
The DM said that licensees of all excise business should immediately notify the excise office or the nearest police station if they tip any information about the sale or manufacture of illegal liquor near their respective stores or from a village, dhaba, grocery store, etc. The DM instructed tax officer Subodh Kumar to issue the seller’s I-card.
He said that if someone demands more alcohol than the standard, their name, address and cell phone number must be entered. SP Vineet Jaiswal said the problems with selling illegal liquor in the adjoining counties are becoming more and more common. It should be ensured that such incidents do not happen in the county.

Samvad News Agency, Hathras.

DM Ramesh Ranjan held a meeting with licensees in the Collectorate Auditorium to curb the sale / extraction and consumption of illegal liquor in the district. DM instructed to issue ID cards for sellers.

DM Ramesh Ranjan said that the administration could only stop the sale of illegal liquor with the cooperation of the licensees. Under no circumstances should alcohol be sold in excess to anyone. During the investigation, it is found that every dhaba, grocery store, is illegally selling alcohol in the village and any person involved will be held liable for their license revocation and legal action will be taken.

Do not trust the sellers, be careful and do self-checks in your store from time to time. Keep a close eye on the seller and keep them under your control. Whichever seller is suggested for sale, that person should be from that district.

The DM said that selling illegal liquor from the store, selling liquor mixed with water, and selling liquor at a price higher than the MRP should not be done. If illegal liquor is found to be sold in the excise business, both the seller and the licensee will be prosecuted.

The DM said that licensees of all excise business should immediately notify the excise office or the nearest police station if they tip any information about the sale or manufacture of illegal liquor near their respective stores or from a village, dhaba, grocery store, etc. The DM instructed tax officer Subodh Kumar to issue the seller’s I-card.

He said that if someone demands more alcohol than the standard, their name, address and cell phone number must be entered. SP Vineet Jaiswal said the problems with selling illegal liquor in the adjoining counties are becoming more and more common. It should be ensured that such incidents do not happen in the county.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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