On New Year's Eve, state-run stores in Karnataka sell booze worth Rs. 18.85 crore.

Mysore Sales International Ltd (MSIL) stores, which are managed by the Karnataka government, reported a startling revenue of 18.85 crore from booze sales on New Year's Eve. Officials said on Monday that revenue increased by 4.34 crore as compared to the previous year's December 31 sales of 14.51 crore.

Raichur city drank the most booze, according to the corporation, since it had the largest sales across the state. "An outlet near Raichur railway station recorded the highest sales of ₹11.66 lakh, followed by another outlet on the Gunj Road of the same city, turning sales of 19.96 lakh," it said in a statement.

Bengaluru Urban district too celebrated the new year with zeal, leading the district's sales list with Rs.1.82 crore. Last year, the district contributed $1.35 million in sales to the enterprise.

"Sales at the upgraded first-of-its-kind MSIL Boutique, which opened on Monday on Thimmaiah Road in Basaveshawaranagara, reached 3.5 lakh rupees." "On the same day last year, the same outlet recorded sales of 2.59 lakh," according to the statement.

"On a normal day, total liquor sales at MSIL outlets in the state would be around 18 crore." It peaked at 18.85 crore on the eve of New Year's Day," it added.

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