Delhi E-Token System for maintaining social distancing in Liquor Shops
Delhi E-Token System: On 4th May 2020, several relaxations were given in India including reopening the liquor shops. In Delhi, more than 200 liquor shops were reopened on Monday, but due to the overcrowding outside the shops, only 50 shops could be kept reopen.
Delhi Govt has recently launched the e-token system to reduce overcrowding in front of Liquor shops. The token system is given with the time slot for buying alcohol from nearby alcohol shops. The Delhi government launched a website link https://www.qtoken.in/ where people can apply for their e-token.
Arvind Kejriwal Government in Delhi said, “The decision has been taken in view of crowding at liquor shops so that social distancing can be maintained.” Although the e-token website got crashed just after its launch, because of the high traffic.
For reducing the overcrowding, Delhi Govt has already imposed a 70% extra on MRP as a special corona fee from Tuesday 5th May 2020.