“Tasmac” has decided to sell liquor for Rs 200 crore on the New Year’s Eve.
Tasmac (Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation) is a company owned by the Government of Tamil Nadu, which has a monopoly over wholesale and retail vending of alcoholic beverages in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
The Tasmac (Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation) sells locally made alcoholic beverages, called its beer shops, beer and iMFL. These stores, daily, 80 crore rupees. In holidays, alcoholic beverages worth Rs 100 crore.
A TASMAC official said, “During last New Year bad note banned was a loss of liquidity. As a result, Tasmac stores had regular sales. In the period from November to now, the sale of alcohol is slightly lower due to rainfall and Sabarimala season. Christmas to the English New Year, alcohol sales are good. As a result, shops for the seven days have been sent to shops.
December, 31, for sale, 200 million rupees worth of alcohol types are planned to sell. In addition, the ‘beer’ types are being purchased and shipped to shops. He said so.
In this case, the Tamil Nadu Madukudiyar Awareness Society has insisted that the Food Security Act should be taken up for the New Year,