The petition averred that the policy facilitates monopolistic cartel, while debarring the non-super-rich from entering into the competition. It enables the licensee to recover taxes from the public and non-payment of the same to the government
The pettion filed by the Delhi Consumer Cooperative Wholesale Store Karamchari Union sought formulation of relevant provisions with respect to employment of existing employees being affected by the New Excise Policy of Delhi government
The plea sought quashing of the New Excise Policy as being ultra vires of Article 14 of the Constitution, and a direction to the Delhi Government to frame an Excise Policy in compliance with law, so as to prevent monopoly and cartelization
The plea averred that the policy facilitated monopolistic cartel, while debarring the non-super-rich from entering into the competition. It enabled the licensee to recover taxes from the public and non-payment of the same to the Government.
In case the petitioner is not satisfied with the fixation of MRP by the Commissioner and wishes to withdraw from the tendering process within three days of MRP being fixed, the respondents shall refund the entire earnest money deposit made by the petitioner in respect of bid, said the Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court has disposed of the liquor traders plea directing to make new excise policy for 2021-2022 and the single bench led by Justice Rekha Palli was informed by Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvi that the New Excise Policy will be put on the government website by the end of the day.
The plea by the Delhi Liquor Traders association seeking direction to the Delhi government regarding the creation of a new excise policy for 2021 was listed on Friday before the vacation bench of the Delhi High Court.