Nagpur District Collector Dr Vipin Itankar told Nation Next that, January 26, 28, 29, 30 and February 2 are declared as dry days in the city.
Nagpur Division Teachers and Graduates constituency polls for Maharashtra Legislative Council (MLC) will be held on January 30. The district administration announced that liquor sale will be prohibited in city on the above mentioned dates.
As per a notification issued by Itankar, licensed liquor shops and bars in the district will be closed from 4 pm of January 28 to 4 pm of January 30. Likewise, on vote counting day, licensed liquor shops and bars will remain closed, which is February 2.
Anyone seen violating the order will face disciplinary action, as warned by the Collector.
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