Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) [India], May 26 (ANI): Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra on Thursday said a group of ministers (GoM) in the state government has given consent to reduce the import duty on beer and wine in the state.

"After agreeing to reduce the import duty on beer, GoM has decided that a proposal will be prepared and sent to the cabinet," Mishra said in a press statement.

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The decision was taken in a meeting under the leadership of Mishra.

"According to the agreement agreed on Tuesday, GoM has directed to prepare a proposal to reduce the import duty on beer from Rs 30 per bulk liter to Rs 20 and on wine from Rs 10 per proof liter to Rs 5 per proof liter," he added.

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Madhya Pradesh Excise Minister Jagdish Deora and Urban Administration and Housing Minister Bhupendra Singh were present at the meeting. (ANI)

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