The Maharashtra government got revenue of Tk 150 crore by selling liquor in 4 days

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Maharashtra has earned Rs 150 crore by selling alcohol in four days. This week Corona divides into red, green and orange zones based on infection. Of these, only liquor stores are open in the orange and green zones.

One hundred crore rupees worth of liquor has been sold in West Bengal

In West Bengal, liquor worth Tk 100 crore was sold in seven hours last Tuesday. 40 to 45 crore worth of liquor has been sold in the state in both domestic and foreign liquor. But to be surprised at the business that has taken place since the store opened every morning until three in the afternoon.

Wine delivery is being done

The news came that the liquor would be delivered and delivered to the house after the order was placed. The liquor supply shops were closed for about forty days due to the lockdown. State Excise officials said that the money was collected in four days till Thursday evening.

The liquor store opens after forty days

Liquor stores were closed for about forty days due to a lockdown to prevent coronavirus outbreaks. And to prevent corona attacks, many states have decided to sell alcohol through delivery. Because it will reduce the danger a little. There are 10,622 licensed liquor stores in Maharashtra, of which 3,222 have been opened. About 150 crore rupees worth of liquor has been sold overnight. 138.22 lakh liters of liquor has been sold. Beer, wine and native wine have been sold.

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