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Goa government mulls banning liquor consumption at public places

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[SUB]Goa government mulls banning liquor consumption at public places[/SUB]

PANAJI: The Goa government is considering banning consumption of liquor in public places to check nuisance, a senior official said here today.

"There are complaints from common people about consumption of liquor in public places, which leads to littering and other nuisance. The existing excise law needs to be amended for the same," Goa's Excise Commissioner Menino D'Souza told PTI.

"The state excise department would amend the Goa, Daman and Diu Excise Act, 1964, which would ..


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It is reported that there are complaints from common people about consumption of liquor in public places, which leads to littering and other nuisance.

Kudimagans should not become nuisances for the Government as well as the public and not kill beauty and cleanliness of Goa.
 
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