Kansal urges public not to believe rumours or half -baked news            

Srinagar, June 21: Jammu and Kashmir Government on Sunday  said that it has not taken any policy decision regarding issuance of fresh liquor licenses in unserved areas in the Union Territory.               

“Finance department has not taken any policy decision regarding issuance  of fresh liquor licenses in unserved areas. No list of unserved  areas has either been considered, “J&K’s Department of Information and Public Relations tweeted.

In another tweet, J&K government spokesman Rohit Kansal urges people  not believe rumours or half- baked news. The government issued a clarification after different groups slammed government’s proposed move to open liquor shops in Kashmir.

KNO reported yesterday that Excise Commissioner JK had mooted a proposal to set up 187 liqueur shops in UT of which 67 were for Kashmir. The proposal was submitted to Finance department for approval—(KNO)

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