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Madras High Court: Consider ‘Wish’ And ‘Will’ of Localites Before Opening Liquor Shops - (01 Jun 2017)

Madras High Court has urged Tamil Nadu Government to revisit policy in matter of liquor prohibition by considering ‘will’ and ‘wish’ of larger sector of society of each area in matter of taking decision with regard to establishment or relocation of TASMAC shops.

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