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Ker HC: Prohibition of Liquor Around Areas of Religious Festivals May Reduce Instances of Violence - (06 Mar 2023)

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Kerala High Court while observing that although licensees make substantial investments to carry on liquor vending, disruption of sales for few days especially with object of maintaining peace, for public good and public order relegates commercial considerations to the back seat.

Tags : KERALA HIGH COURT   LIQUOR   VIOLENCE   RELIGIOUS FESTIVALS  

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