Liquor Home delivery: In the country’s capital Delhi, there is no need to get out of the house to buy liquor. According to the news of the Indian Express, by amending the excise rules related to the sale of alcohol in the city, home delivery of liquor has been approved in the national capital Delhi on orders received through mobile apps or websites. According to the Delhi Excise (Amendment) Rules, 2021 in the Gazette notification published on Monday, sellers who have L-13 license will be allowed to make home delivery of liquor.
According to the gazette notification, home delivery of liquor can be done through L-13 license only if the order is placed through mobile app or online web portal. Apart from this, according to the notification, this delivery will not be at the hostel, office and address of any institution.
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Earlier also, vendors with L-13 license were approved
There are many liquor vendors in the national capital Delhi but not all have got approval for home delivery. Only those traders who have L-13 license will be able to do home delivery. Apart from this, they will be able to make home delivery of the same orders, which have been booked through mobile applications or portals. A special portal has been developed for this.
Even before this, home delivery to liquor vendors was not completely banned, but sellers with L-13 license could do home delivery. However, this delivery was for the same orders that were placed via e-mail or fax (not over the telephone).
The Supreme Court had asked the states to consider
Last year, during the Corona epidemic, the period of opening of shops was reduced, that is, shops were open for less hours, due to which the crowd shop was more crowded. In view of this, the Supreme Court had asked the states to look into the option of home delivery of liquor. Meanwhile, under the recent development, in addition to the restaurant industry, independent restaurants, hotels and clubs related to hotels will be able to serve liquor in open places like tereses, balconies or courts.