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The International Spirits And Wines Association Of India (ISWAI) Has Urged The Delhi Government To Allow Liquor Delivery To Homes

Lawstreet Journal 6 Jan 2022 6:24pm

Image courtesy: Lawstreet Journal Executive The International Spirits And Wines Association Of India (ISWAI) Has Urged The Delhi Government To Allow Liquor Delivery To Homes

On Thursday , 30th December 2021,  the association pleaded  the Delhi government to consider and implement home delivery of alcoholic beverages in the capital on the back of rising covid-19 cases.

As Large multinational liquor businesses like Bacardi, Beam Suntory, Brown Forman, Diageo, Moet Hennessy, Pernod Ricard, and William Grant & Sons are represented by the International Spirits & Wines Association of India (ISWAI).

"The ongoing festive seasons are the peak consumption period for the industry, and regularising and formalising home delivery will ensure minimal impact to the industry, ensure citizen accessibility, and also protect jobs while protecting state revenue from the alco-bevy industry," the association wrote in a statement.

The liquor industry has been campaigning for more convenient ways to get alcohol, including, but not limited to, home delivery. In India, the selling of liquor is a state matter, and each state has its own set of rules. In Maharashtra, for example, liquor can be delivered to your home. Furthermore, statistics from Maharashtra and West Bengal excise departments on the number of orders for liquor delivered to homes during the epidemic bolster the case for home delivery, according to an organisation representative. According to official data, West Bengal had 1.91 lakh home deliveries between May 15, 2020, and March 31, 2021, whereas Maharashtra had close to 60 lakh.

Given the demand among citizens in all states, according to Nita Kapoor, CEO of ISWAI, "we believe that if the home delivery model is accepted with all the necessary restrictions… Continue Reading...


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