Delhi govt’s new rule for 900 pubs, No Recorded Music, only live performances will be allowed!

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New Delhi: The Delhi government has banned playing recorded song-music (DJ) in the restaurant (Restobarsbars) . Action will be taken against them on the violation.

The excise department has instructed under Excise Rules 2010 that restaurants serving liquor can not play recorded songs, only playing live bands permission will be granted.

The decision was taken after residents complained of noise from pubs in places such as Defence Colony, Khan Market, and Rajouri Garden.

When asked how live music was less noisy than recorded music, Delhi’s excise commissioner Amjad Tak said that live performances were “softer” and “controlled.”

As per the notice, playing recorded music at all such places is in complete violation of the L-17 licence norms.In the coming days, inspections will be carried out across the city, and can even lead to the cancellation of licences.

In Delhi, there is no provision of a separate licence for pubs. Another senior government official said that teams of the excise department will be visiting these restaurants serving alcohol and take action against those violating rules.

govt’s new rule for 900 pubs, No Recorded Music, only live performances will be allowed!

New Delhi: The Delhi government has banned playing recorded song-music (DJ) in the restaurant (Restobarsbars) . Action will be taken against them on the violation.

The excise department has instructed under Excise Rules 2010 that restaurants serving liquor can not play recorded songs, only playing live bands permission will be granted.

The decision was taken after residents complained of noise from pubs in places such as Defence Colony, Khan Market, and Rajouri Garden.

When asked how live music was less noisy than recorded music, Delhi’s excise commissioner Amjad Tak said that live performances were “softer” and “controlled.”

As per the notice, playing recorded music at all such places is in complete violation of the L-17 licence norms.In the coming days, inspections will be carried out across the city, and can even lead to the cancellation of licences.

In Delhi, there is no provision of a separate licence for pubs. Another senior government official said that teams of the excise department will be visiting these restaurants serving alcohol and take action against those violating rules.

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