The government, which has found in its latest conclusion that the state is currently selling alcohol at 31, is preparing for a revolutionary change. The aim is to abolish the Abkari Act, opening consumer bars and outlets that open bars and beverages on the first day of every month. After the first date, the government has conducted an inspection of the sale of liquor and stocks purchased before the first day.
Years ago, the Left Front government came up with the idea that the First Day Liquor Prohibition and the Dry Day would now be taken away by the government, which would prevent the sale of liquor on the first date. The big businessmen who had come to Uttar Pradesh for the van industry had told Mukai to stop dry day service. Following this, the government says there is no point in blocking the sale of liquor on the first date. With the withdrawal of the law, the money in the treasury will increase.