Delhi Dry Days : From Friday, there will be a dry day in the capital Delhi for three days. This announcement has been made in view of the MCD elections. From the end of election campaign on December 2 till the voting on Sunday, there was a ban on the sale of liquor. On the other hand, there will be a dry day on December 7, the day of counting of votes. Let us tell you that there is a ban on the sale of liquor in shops, clubs and bars on Dry Day.
Voting will be held on Sunday for the election of 250 wards of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. Regarding this, the Excise Department of Delhi has announced a dry day from 5.30 pm on Friday to 5.30 pm on Sunday. Excise Department Commissioner Krishna Mohan Uppu said that this announcement has been made under Rule 52 of Excise Rules 2010. During dry day, many people bring liquor from adjoining Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and Gurugram under NCR. That is why strict checking will be done on the borders of Delhi during these days and if anyone is found violating the order, legal action will be taken against him.
1336 candidates are in the fray for the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections. This time the number of polling stations has been increased from 13138 to 13665 as compared to 2017. Strict security arrangements have been made regarding the elections. The Home Guards of Rajasthan will take care of the security in these elections. From there, three thousand home guards will be deployed in New Delhi elections. At the same time, demand for home guards has also been made from Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. At present the number of Home Guards in Delhi is 4073, which is not enough for the election. That is why home guards have been sought from other states.