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Karnataka HC Upholds Rules That Allow Companies to Operate Retail Liquor Shops - (16 Jul 2021)

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Karnataka High Court has upheld the rules that allows the government-owned or controlled companies to operate retail liquor shops sans limitation fixed on the number of liquor shops based on population as per the provisions of the Karnataka Excise Act, 1965, and the Karnataka Excise (Sale of Indian and Foreign Liquors) Rules, 1968.

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