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SC relaxed the dance bar norms in Maharashtra: big takeaways and how the related parties reacted.

Dance Bar
Via:dnaindia.com

The Supreme Court kept certain provisions of the 2016 law aside from banning its license and functioning.

NEW DELHI: In the strict rules of Maharashtra for the dance bar, the Supreme Court has relaxed, in which it has been said today that “liquor and dance can be together”. Given that no dance bar has been licensed since 2005, the apex court said that Maharashtra “can not ban the dance bar by trying to regularize them”.

The court broke rules such as cannot be with temples or schools, and owners should have “good character”. In August last year, the court reserved its decision on the pleas of hotels and restaurant owners challenging the Maharashtra law of 2016.

In an important development, the Supreme Court asked to reopen the dance bars in Mumbai on Thursday, saying that there can not be complete restrictions on dance bars in India’s commercial capital.

In an important development, the Supreme Court asked to reopen the dance bars in Mumbai on Thursday, saying that there can not be complete restrictions on dance bars in India’s commercial capital.

Given that no license has been given by the Maharashtra government since 2005, the Supreme Court has repeated that there may be some rules but the total restriction should not be the amount.

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The apex court also relaxed the stricter conditions set by the state government to obtain a license to run a dance bar but retained five and a half hours for dance performances.

In its verdict, the apex court has set aside the conditions for granting the license to the CCTV cameras in the bar by the state government and the people with good character are ambiguous.

1. The court said that one rule is that the dance bars should be 1 km away from the religious places and educational institutions are not “justified” in Mumbai.

2. Tips for dance bar artists can be given, but they can not be taken in cash by cash, the apex court said.

3. The Supreme Court supported the decision and decided to operate the dance bar in the state from 6 pm to 11.30 pm.

Dance bar
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4. The court also canceled the rules requiring division between the bar room and the dance floor.

5. The court also attacked the compulsory establishment of CCTV cameras which stated that the rule violates privacy.

6. The Supreme Court dismissed a provision that the owner of the dance bar should have a “good character” and no “criminal antecedent” should be. The court said, “There is no definite definition of what amounts are for good character and anti-criminal people.”

7. A bench of Justice AK Sikri and Justice Ashok Bhushan said, “From 2005 to the present, no one has been given the license (for the dance bar). This can not be done. Rules can be done but it is a complete prohibition The amount cannot be. ” The court had said last year that it seems that there is total ethical policing in the state.

8. The dance bar owners objected to the restrictions of maintaining a distance of 1 kilometer from any religious or educational structure, claiming that it was not possible in big cities. He told the court that the state government has adopted an attitude that he will not allow the dance bars in spite of the court orders.

9. Maharashtra government’s lawyer Nishant Kateeswarkar said, “We are happy with the government. Our main objective was to protect the girl’s bar and which the court has upheld.

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10. The dance bar regulation bill was passed unanimously by the state assembly in 2016, the ban on serving alcohol in the exhibition areas was banned and it was said that the campus should be closed till 11:30. It also imposed heavy penalties on the dance bar owners and customers do not follow these rules.

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