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Bihar liquor ban: SC refuses to extend license of four companies

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The Supreme on Tuesday refused to extend license of four companies in

The apex has also asked the High to constitute a bench and hear the matter in a time bound manner and dispose it by May 10.

The four companies had knocked the doors of the top court, seeking an extension of their licenses and hear their pleas.

However, the bench headed by Justice refused to grant any relief to the four companies.

The had in January moved the Supreme seeking transfer of plea against the ban legislation from the High

Alcohol companies had earlier moved the High against the ban.

The new legislation banning sale and consumption of alcohol, including Indian-Made Foreign (IMFL) as well as spiced and domestic liquor, prescribes harsher punishment for possession and consumption of alcohol.

The apex court, last October, had stayed the High Court's order quashing the notification banning consumption and sale of in

The apex had admitted Chief Minister Nitish Kumar-led Government's plea and also issued notice to Confederation of Alcoholic Beverage Companies.

The state had moved the apex challenging the High Court's order of striking down the Prohibition of Act.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bihar liquor ban: SC refuses to extend license of four companies

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to extend license of four liquor companies in Bihar.The apex court has also asked the Patna High Court to constitute a bench and hear the matter in a time bound manner and dispose it by May 10.The four liquor companies had knocked the doors of the top court, seeking an extension of their licenses and hear their pleas.However, the bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra refused to grant any relief to the four companies.The Bihar Government had in January moved the Supreme Court seeking transfer of plea against the liquor ban legislation from the Patna High Court.Alcohol companies had earlier moved the Patna High Court against the liquor ban.The new legislation banning sale and consumption of alcohol, including Indian-Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) as well as spiced and domestic liquor, prescribes harsher punishment for possession and consumption of alcohol.The apex court, last October, had stayed the Patna High Court's order quashing the notification ...

The Supreme on Tuesday refused to extend license of four companies in

The apex has also asked the High to constitute a bench and hear the matter in a time bound manner and dispose it by May 10.

The four companies had knocked the doors of the top court, seeking an extension of their licenses and hear their pleas.

However, the bench headed by Justice refused to grant any relief to the four companies.

The had in January moved the Supreme seeking transfer of plea against the ban legislation from the High

Alcohol companies had earlier moved the High against the ban.

The new legislation banning sale and consumption of alcohol, including Indian-Made Foreign (IMFL) as well as spiced and domestic liquor, prescribes harsher punishment for possession and consumption of alcohol.

The apex court, last October, had stayed the High Court's order quashing the notification banning consumption and sale of in

The apex had admitted Chief Minister Nitish Kumar-led Government's plea and also issued notice to Confederation of Alcoholic Beverage Companies.

The state had moved the apex challenging the High Court's order of striking down the Prohibition of Act.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bihar liquor ban: SC refuses to extend license of four companies

The Supreme on Tuesday refused to extend license of four companies in

The apex has also asked the High to constitute a bench and hear the matter in a time bound manner and dispose it by May 10.

The four companies had knocked the doors of the top court, seeking an extension of their licenses and hear their pleas.

However, the bench headed by Justice refused to grant any relief to the four companies.

The had in January moved the Supreme seeking transfer of plea against the ban legislation from the High

Alcohol companies had earlier moved the High against the ban.

The new legislation banning sale and consumption of alcohol, including Indian-Made Foreign (IMFL) as well as spiced and domestic liquor, prescribes harsher punishment for possession and consumption of alcohol.

The apex court, last October, had stayed the High Court's order quashing the notification banning consumption and sale of in

The apex had admitted Chief Minister Nitish Kumar-led Government's plea and also issued notice to Confederation of Alcoholic Beverage Companies.

The state had moved the apex challenging the High Court's order of striking down the Prohibition of Act.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Business Standard
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