Raj Thackeray Asks Maharashtra CM to Let Wine Shops Reopen as It Will Boost Revenue
MNS president Raj Thackeray on Thursday wrote to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s Office in search of opening of wine retail outlets in Maharashtra to make sure earnings influx into the states treasury, which he stated is speedy depleting right through the continued coronavirus-enforced lockdown.
Raj Thackeray, in a letter to the CMO, stated permitting wine retail outlets to stay open does no longer imply seeking to cater to the wishes of alcohol customers, however to make sure earnings influx right through tough occasions like the only confronted by means of the state these days within the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
He stated wine retail outlets, closed because the lockdown used to be carried out a month in the past, will also be allowed to stay open by means of making sure social distancing norms are adhered to.
The state executive will have to no longer attempt to get stuck up in some ethical factor at any such the most important time and take the essential determination.
“Let’s face the issue and in finding answers as an alternative,” the MNS leader stated within the letter. He stated the state’s treasury is speedy depleting right through the lockdown, which has been prolonged until May 3.
He also known as for permitting lodges and kitchens offering reasonably priced meals to run, sticking to social distancing regulations, as a large bite of Maharashtra’s inhabitants depends on them. This will assist revive the state’s weakening economic system, he stated.