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Gurugram, 30 November (HPR)

Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Singh Chautala has said that there should be no illegal sale of any kind of liquor in the state. Apart from this, whatever liquor shops are running at present, they should be open at appropriate places as per the rules.

The Deputy Chief Minister was addressing the state level meeting of the Excise and Taxation Department at Local Resource Bhawan on Thursday. He said that the District Excise Officer should ensure that no advertisement of any private liquor company should be displayed outside the liquor shops. In all the states where distilleries are running, their production and sale should be with the excise authorities. Officials should ensure that the government’s revenue increases. Maximize your visits to the DETC field. Check the liquor quota and its rates available with each contractor. Addressing the meeting of taxation officers after the Excise Department, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Singh Chautala said that Haryana has registered a 15 percent increase in SGST collection as compared to last year. All taxation officers should make efforts that Haryana should be included in the top five states of the country in the recovery of SGST. The Deputy Chief Minister directed that the tax payments of companies should be analyzed from time to time. Dushyant Singh Chautala said that production units are being established in the state as per the rules of NGT, due to which SGST collection is increasing.

On this occasion, Principal Secretary of Excise and Taxation Department Devendra Singh Kalyan, State Commissioner Ashok Kumar Meena welcomed the Deputy Chief Minister. Excise and taxation officers from all the districts presented their progress reports.

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