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Licences of 78 liquor shops renewed

EXCISE DEPARTMENT has renewed licence of 78 of the 143 liquor shops in the district for 2006-2007 at an increased reserve price by 20 per cent. The Department has already disposed of two groups of shops and an individual outlet through tender procedure on January 27.

india Updated: Mar 04, 2006 16:14 IST

EXCISE DEPARTMENT has renewed licence of 78 of the 143 liquor shops in the district for 2006-2007 at an increased reserve price by 20 per cent. The Department has already disposed of two groups of shops and an individual outlet through tender procedure on January 27.

The auction of 16 bhang, 12 bhang ghota, one bhang meethai and two tadi shops will be held on March 6. The reserve price has been increased by 10 per cent for these shops.

Under the licence renewal policy, Ganga Nagar group with two-country liquor (CL) and one foreign liquor (FL) shops were allocated for Rs 3.46 crore. Shanti Nagar group with two CL and one FL shops fetched Rs 3.46 crore while Transport Nagar Khatiwala Tank with one FL and a CL shop went for Rs 3.54 crore.

The other two top notchers include Banganga group with one FL and CL outlet and Ramkrishnabag Bombay Hospital group with one FL and one CL shop that would yield Rs 3.079 crore and 3.048 crore respectively for the Department.

The lowest licence fee earner was Budania Borasi group on Hatod Road with two CL outlets and Girota Bheel Badoli shop in Depalpur tehsil. Their license was renewed for Rs 29.68 lakh and Rs 30.96 lakh respectively.

As for the disposal through tenders, the Roshan Singh Bhandari Marg individual CL shop was allocated to Rajesh Chowkse. The reserve price for this outlet is Rs 3.60 crore that includes basic licence of Rs 28.80 lakh (eight per cent of reserve price) and annual license

First Published: Mar 04, 2006 16:14 IST