Update From CADD
  • The Delhi excise Department has issued fresh instructions to all liquor outlets to check age prrof of the buyers and has put the onus of not selling alcohol to a minor on the license.

  • Every incident is a deadly cocktail of booze, penchant for zooming through the clear wide highway leading to Murthal, a sort of drunken joyride for having the parathas in the most dangerous fashion, often putting several young lives at peril.

  • Around 1 PM on March 12, a joyride to Haryaana’s Murthal ended in tragedy when a 19-year old law student who was allegedly heavily drunk crashed his speeding car into a divider at Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar.

  • CADD survey reported in September that people in the age group of 18-25 years have easy access to alcohol at liquor vends, bars, pubs and restaurants.

  • Govt-mandated NGO advises age check be compulsarily in city pubs with Aadhar or voter card.

  • Six major road accidents have their origin in Murthal in the past six months as the victim had gone there for late night celebrations and drove back in an inebriated condition, a recent report by Community Against Drunk Driving(CADD) revealed.

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