Under this system, people can apply for tokens through a web link www.qtoken.in which will give customers a specific time for purchasing alcohol so that there is no violation of social distancing norms placed to the curb the spread of COVID-19, as they wait outside liquor stores.
The e-token is sent on mobile phones of registered people.
The Delhi government has allowed around 200 liquor shops to operate in the city.
“The government has so far issued around 4.75 lakh e-token since Thursday evening to people to buy liquor without standing in long queues,” the official said.
People are required to furnish the address of liquor shop in their area along with their mobile number and other details while applying for e-token on the web link.
On Thursday night and in the morning hours on Friday, the designated website was displaying a “502 Bad Gateway” error or “Server Error (500)” due to heavy traffic that it received in a short period.