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Liquor shops, pubs closed for 3 days in parts of Bengaluru

Team Udayavani, Oct 27, 2020, 12:23 PM IST

Bengaluru: The city police announced that liquor stores has been closed from 6 pm on October 26, through October 27 and 28 until 6 pm owing to the election to the Legislative Council polls.

The election to the Bangalore Teachers Constituency is set to be held from 8 am to 5 pm on Wednesday, Octobber 28. This constituency consists of Bengaluru Urban, Bengaluru Rural and Ramanagara districts.

The order said the liquor shops should be closed on the above days in all the police station limits under the jurisdiction of the Bengaluru commissioner. On the counting day too, there will be no sale of liquor for the full day on account of counting of votes.

As per excise rules, 48 hours before the end of polling in each state are declared ‘dry’ and no sale or serving of liquor is permitted.

The election to the four legislative councils Karnataka South-East, Bengaluru Teachers constituency, Karnataka West Graduates and Karnataka North-East Teachers will take place on October 28. R Chowda Reddy Thoopalli, S V Sankanur, Sharanappa Mattur and Puttanna represented the four constituencies in the Legislative Council.

The EC had put the elections on hold for an undeclared period due to the coronavirus scare though the tenure of the four incumbents ended on June 30.

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