Fadnavis Govt is making every possible effort to regulate the dance bars in the state.
In the latest attempt, it has planned a new law which will impose stringent, difficult-to-meet conditions at the end of dance bar owners.
Here is the list of few regulations, which are part of this new law:
Despite the SC’s adverse ruling, the state may make CCTV cameras compulsory inside the bars and restrict operations to 11.30pm.
It is looking forwards to ban bars within a kilometre of any religious or educational institution.
Hefty penalty that goes up to Rs 25 lakh and imprisonment of five years for a bar operator violating the rules has also been proposed.
Customers will not be allowed to throw coins and currency notes in the direction of dancers.
Smoking will not be allowed and no narcotics can be served in bars.
Customers will have to produce their identity proof before entry.
The draft of this new bill was discussed in the first meeting of the 25-member committee led by chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday.