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All time high liquor sales in kerala during Onam 

Kerala hit an all-time high in liquor income throughout Onam with a whopping Rs 30 crore upward thrust from the preceding yr.

For 8 days starting from September 3 to September 10, the nation noticed sales really worth Rs 487 crore throughout all retail outlets selling foreign liquor, a 3 in keeping with cent upward thrust from 2018. During the same time last year, income of a total of Rs 457 crore had been recorded.


Despite the latest floods, the month of August changed into particularly profitable and recorded a Rs seventy one crore rise in total sales from July. BEVCO (Beverages Cooperation)-owned stores made income well worth a total of Rs 1,229 crore.

This time round, sales well worth Rs ninety.32 had been made on the penultimate day of Onam. In the preceding 12 months, this became Rs 88.08 crore.

Despite a moderate dip in sales in comparison to the preceding year, highest income changed into recorded inside the BEVCO outlet in Thrissur’s Irinjalakuda. From its 2018 sales which have been at Rs 1.22 crores, income in 2019 had been recorded at Rs 1.040 crores.

The 2nd and 0.33 maximum promoting liquor outlets have been the ones owned by way of Alappuzha Kacheripadi Junction and Power House Road in Thiruvananthapuram.

The retailers have been closed for 3 of the times throughout this period – September 1, September 11 and September 13.

However, the 3 percentage upward thrust additionally account for the boom in liquor expenses and the tax on liquor, enacted via the country authorities following the 2018 floods.

Incidentally, BEVCO recorded its maximum income in August 2018, the month when the state changed into hit with the aid of the devastating floods, as it raked up income worth Rs 1264.69 crore.
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