No booze in Delhi on World Cup final as government declares dry day for Chhath

The Delhi government has declared November 19 (Sunday) as a dry day on the occasion of Chhath Puja.

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The Delhi government has declared November 19 (Sunday) as a dry day on the occasion of Chhath Puja. The four-day long Chhath Puja is being celebrated from November 17 to November 20 this year.

In an order, the Commissioner of Excise of Delhi government stated, “In pursuance of the provisions of Rule 52 of Delhi Excise Rules, 2010, it is hereby ordered that the following date shall be observed as “Dry Day” in the National Capital Territory of Delhi by all L-1, L1F, L-2, L-3, L-4, L-5, L-6, L-6FG, L-6FE, L-8, L-9, L-10, L-11, L-14, L-18, L-23, L-23F, L-25, L-26, L-31, L-32, L-33, L-34 and L-35 licensees of the Excise department and opium vends located in Delhi: : Pratihar Shashthi or Surya Shasthi 19.11.2023 (Chhath Puja).”

“The business premises of a licensee shall be kept closed on dry day,” the order further mentioned.

It should be noted that the final match of the ICC Men’s World Cup between India and Australia will take place in Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday.
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