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On Thursday, the Delhi government, chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, issued the regulations enabling home delivery of liquor for orders booked through mobile applications and websites, which would take effect on Friday in the national capital. The updated excise laws will come into place from Friday.
The government has yet to declare the terms and circumstances for implementing home delivery of liquor; therefore it will take some time. Home delivery of liquor was only permitted under prior excise standards for orders submitted via fax or email.
There were no takers for the L-13 license due to the requirements' impracticality. The government has not given any L-13 licenses yet. Orders for home delivery of liquor can now be placed via mobile applications and websites, according to the amendments to the laws.
The Delhi finance department stated in an official statement released on Thursday that most of the revisions, including Rule 66 of the Delhi Excise Rules, will take effect on June 10th.
However, it still relies on the amount of L-13 applications and government readiness to clear whether or not the home supply of liquor would ultimately commence in Delhi.
In a Monday Notification, Delhi Excise (Amendment) Rules of 2021, licensed to serve liquor, such as terraces, courtyards of clubs, hotel-built bars, and independent restaurants, allows the customers to have the option to take alcohol in bottles.
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