Government of Haryana publishes the Punjab Distillery (Haryana Amendment) Rules, 2020

Apr 27, 2020 | by Avantis RegTech Legal Research Team

Commercial Compliance

The Haryana Excise and taxation Department on April 01, 2020, publishes the Punjab Distillery (Haryana Amendment) Rules, 2020, to further amend the Punjab Distillery Rules, 1932.

Ø  Under Rule 3 which specifies the procedure to be followed by the applicant and documents to be accompanied by Form D for obtaining license, clause (e) has been substituted, namely:

No new letter of intent shall be granted to the proposed Distillery till actual utilization of Extra Neutral Alcohol reaches 90% of the installed production capacity of the existing distilleries in the State. Further, no letter of intent will be revalidated in the year 2020-21 for a proposed Distillery, if the applicant fails to set up the plant within the prescribed time under the provisions of his letter of intent.

Ø  Under clause 4(a) which specifies the fee for obtaining license, Clause 7(1) which specifies the renewal license fee and in Form D-2 which is related to license in condition no. 10, the fee has been enhanced by ₹1.25 crore plus ₹ 1,30,000 instead of ₹1.10 crore plus ₹ 1,30,00.

[Order No. 29/X-1/P.A.1/1914/Ss.21 and 59/2020]


Related Updates

Alternate Text

Get updates on the go on RuleZbook Mobile App.