CONSTITUTIONAL VALIDITY of U.P. Sheera Niyanthran Adhiniyam, 1964.

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The study attempts to examine the constitutional validity of enactments made by State legislatures in respect of raw materials used by industries involved in manufacture of Alcoholic products, with particular reference to the U.P. Sheera Niyanthran Adhiniyam, 1964.

The conclusion drawn from the above study is that State legislatures lack constitutional competence to legislate law in respect of molasses.

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