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Liquor costlier from today in UP: prices increased by 10 to 40 rupees, decision taken to increase revenue

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Tue, 04 May 2021 12:42 AM IST

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The state government has increased the prices of liquor. It is believed that this step has been taken to meet the revenue deficit due to Corona.

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The state government has increased the prices of liquor. It is believed that this step has been taken to meet the revenue deficit due to Corona. Amending the Excise Policy 2021-22, the government has imposed a special additional consideration fee of Rs 10 per 90 ml on regular category liquor.

Similarly, premium category liquor was also charged at Rs 10 per 90 ml, Rs 20 per 90 ml at Super Premier, Rs 30 per 90 ml at Scotch and Rs 40 per 90 ml for imported liquor at sea. is. In this regard, the mandate was issued on Monday.

It has been told in the mandate that to encourage the manufacture of glass bottles in the state, permission has been given to supply UP med liquor in tetra packs and glass bottles. For this, the producing distillery will have to supply 25 percent of UP Made Liquor in glass bottles.

Similarly, the old facility given to the army and other central paramilitary forces has been restored. Now, 60 percent of the fixed return fees will have to be paid on the supply of liquor from the premium category to the higher category. This system was abolished in the current session.

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The state government has increased the prices of liquor. It is believed that this step has been taken to meet the revenue deficit due to Corona. Amending the Excise Policy 2021-22, the government has imposed a special additional consideration fee of Rs 10 per 90 ml on regular category liquor.

Similarly, premium category liquor was also charged at Rs 10 per 90 ml, Rs 20 per 90 ml at Super Premier, Rs 30 per 90 ml at Scotch and Rs 40 per 90 ml for imported liquor at sea. is. In this regard, the mandate was issued on Monday.

It has been told in the mandate that to encourage the manufacture of glass bottles in the state, permission has been given to supply UP med liquor in tetra packs and glass bottles. For this, the producing distillery will have to supply 25 percent of UP Made Liquor in glass bottles.

Similarly, the old facility given to the army and other central paramilitary forces has been restored. Now, 60 percent of the fixed return fees will have to be paid on the supply of liquor from the premium category to the higher category. This system was abolished in the current session.

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