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Bad news for the owners of Multiplexes in Maharashtra

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Awful news for the proprietors of Multiplexes in Maharashtra since now they can’t charge the general population more than MRP for the nourishment things. The moviegoers in Maharashtra will be permitted to convey claim home-cooked sustenance in multiplex silver screen corridors from first August. On the off chance that theater representatives and proprietors will attempt to prevent anybody from taking nourishment things in the multiplex silver screen corridors, the move will be made against them.

On thirteenth July 2018, amid a state get together gathering, in Nagpur, Bharatiya Janata Party pioneer and Maharashtra’s Minister of Information and Technology, Ravindra Chavan, said that after August, moviegoers will be permitted to convey bundled sustenance inside Cinema lobby. He included , the state will request that multiplex proprietors diminish the costs of eatables sold inside the premises.

Ravindra Chavan stated, there is no restriction on benefactors conveying outside nourishment to multiplexes however in the event that the multiplex experts preclude it, they could confront activity”. He additionally stated, there can’t be two unique costs for one item. The Maharashtra government will detail a strategy to make a move against multiplexes that don’t consent to the request.

Maharashtra Government made it unmistakable that eatables and chilly beverages would be sold at MRP and costs would be uniform in multiplex silver screen lobbies and shopping centers, yet it has not made its stand obvious on things like Vada, Samosa and sandwich.

On 29th June, a gathering of MNS specialists, including a previous corporator, had ambushed the director of a multiplex in Pune over high costs of popcorn, drinks and other nourishment things inside the complex. Later multiplex proprietors had gone and met Raj Thackeray at his habitation in Mumbai.

Raj Thackeray-drove Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) said that popcorn worth Rs 5 were being sold at Rs 250 in silver screen corridors in spite of Bombay High Court saying that the value should be diminished.

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