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NEWS | Govt. may allow more liquor outlets in Andhra Pradesh

The Hyderabad Cabinet Sub-committee will submit its recommendations on the new excise policy to N Kiran Kumar Reddy, Chief Minister (CM) of Andhra Pradesh and the new liquor policy will be announced after obtaining Election Commission's clearance, K Parthasarathi, Excise Minister has said. The new excise policy will come into force from July 1, 2012.
According to reliable sources, the government is in favour of auction system and is contemplating increasing the number of retail outlets. There are about 6,596 retail shops across the state and the government is contemplating increase their number by up to ten per cent. There was a demand from some sections that there should at least be one retail outlet for a distance of five km or a population of 10,000 people, the Minister said. It is learnt that the government is planning to sanction more retail outlets instead of allowing belt shops. According to a report by Express News Service, the state government earns a revenue of `13,500 crore from liquor sale and is not ready to bear the burden of running the retail outlets itself.


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