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Administration Declares Dry Day on 25, 26 and 30th January

alcohol-prohibitedRajasthan State Administration has declared prohibition on selling of liquor on 25th January following the Islamic festival of Milad-un-Nabi (Birthday of Prophet Muhammad).

Commissioner of Excise, Dinesh Kumar has said that on 25th January, selling of alcohol including, beer will be completely prohibited.

Dry Day will also be continued on 26th January i.e. Republic Day of India and 30th January, Shaheed Diwas.

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  • priyanka meena

    how many dry days declared by rajasthan government? pls help me to find da answer of dis qsn… 1. republic day 2. martyr day 3. gandhi jayanti 4. independence day 5. baravafat(from 25th jan 2013)………………………….so hw many?…

    • Mango People

      Google it!!!!

  • Mango People

    ok so we live in Democratic Country….
    Is it only me who sees the Irony in it ????