The Delhi Excise Division has directed homeowners of golf equipment, eating places and lodges within the metropolis to share the placement of their institutions utilizing Google Maps, a transfer geared toward making ready a digital database, officers stated on Monday.
The division stated non-compliance of its instructions shall be considered significantly. There are over 1,000 lodges, golf equipment and restro-bars within the nationwide capital with excise licences to serve liquor to their prospects.
In a written communication, the division has requested the institutions to ship data referring to their location utilizing longitude and latitude.
An official stated the transfer will even assist to know the geographic places of such institutions in a specific space.
“It’s digitally straightforward to search out location of golf equipment, lodges and eating places in a specific space. If we’ve got a digital database, we are able to take choices accordingly. Such database may also be utilised for excise coverage within the coming months,” the official advised PTI, including that the transfer is a part of excise reforms.
One other official stated there are some areas which have ample variety of golf equipment and eating places, however there are additionally different areas the place such institutions are usually not in good numbers.
Final month, the federal government had constituted a Group of Ministers (GoM) beneath Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to look at the present system of excise obligation administration and the suggestions of an professional committee on a brand new excise coverage.
Well being Minister Satyendar Jain and Legislation Minister Kailash Gahlot are a part of the GoM.
It’s inspecting all points of the present system of excise obligation administration and can undergo the report of the professional committee and the strategies obtained from stakeholders and the general public.
Final week, the division had warned golf equipment, lodges and eating places of strict motion if they’re discovered serving alcohol to prospects from liquor bottles not bearing 2D bar-codes.