Dry Days in Mumbai and Pune: List of Dry Days (No Alcohol Days) in Mumbai-Pune







Dry Days in Mumbai and Pune 2017: List of Dry Days (No Alcohol Days) in Mumbai-Pune

What is a dry day? A day where all Indian states become Gujarat which means alcohol shops will remain closed on that day. Apart from Gujarat there are few Indian States where alcohol is not allowed – Manipur, Andaman & Nicobar Island, Lakshadweep, Bihar and Nagaland

The alcohol shops, bars in Mumbai & Pune will remain closed on dry days.

Here is the list of Dry Days (no alcohol days) in Mumbai-Pune 2018:

DateDayReason for Dry Day in Mumbai and Pune 2018
26th JanuaryFridayRepublic Day
30th JanuaryTuesdayMahatma Gandhi Death Aniversary
4th MarchSaturdayChhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Birthday
1st MayTuesdayMaharashtra Day
23rd JulyMondayAshadi Ekadashi
15th AugustWednesdayIndependence Day
23rd SeptemberSundayGanesh Visarjan
2nd OctoberTuesdayGandhi Jayanti
8th OctoberMondayProhibition Week

Person should carry a liquor license obtained by Government civil hospital and the legal age is 25 Legal Age of Drinking Alcohol in Mumbai and Pune

Also Read – Dry Days in Delhi 2018

Drunk Driving

If you are drinking in a bar, friend’s place or anywhere and want to go back to your home after drinking, please don’t drive by yourself, take a cab or call driver/friends to drive your vehicle

Drink and Drive Fine in Mumbai-Pune

Alcohol LevelFine
30mg or lower per 100ml bloodOffence not considered
30 to 60 mg per 100ml bloodRs. 2000 and/or 6 months jail
60 to 150 mg per 100ml bloodRs 4000 fine and or 1 year jail, repeated offence will attract 3 years of jail or and rs 8000 fine
150 mg or above per 100ml bloodRs 5000 fine and or 2 year jail, repeated offence will attract 3 years of jail or and rs 10000 fine or 4 years of jail

 







Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply