HC seeks status of implementation of rules for bars
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The Bombay High Court Monday questioned the state government over the action taken to ensure implementation of rules that govern bars, restaurants and orchestra bars in the city.
Manohar Jariyal, a NCP member, in his petition claims that several establishments serve alcohol even outside the permit room. He pointed out that a condition for orchestra bars is that the orchestra cannot perform in the permit area, and that only four men and four women can perform at a time. Jariyal claimed that these conditions are being violated in several cases.
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