Madhya Pradesh: Uma Bharti raises demand for liquor ban

Feb 23 2021 10:51 AM
Madhya Pradesh: Uma Bharti raises demand for liquor ban

Gwalior: Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Uma Bharti has recently reiterated once again that she will carry out the anti-liquor prohibition campaign. She said, "This is my dream, which will be fulfilled soon." She also said, 'Even if the alcoholic dies of starvation, alcohol should be stopped." Uma Bharti was in Gwalior yesterday. During this time she said, 'I said this movement is not a campaign. I never said I would start the campaign from 8 March. Rather I said that on March 8 there will be a small meeting in which further strategy will be made. Alcoholism should be awakened in prohibition. I agree with Shivraj and VD Sharma and they agreed with me."

She said, 'Government has to do this, shops should not be opened against the rules. Excise rules should be followed because the alcohol produced by two numbers is most poisonous. It should be completely closed.' Uma Bharti further said, 'I have told Shivraj ji that as soon as the revenue route comes out, you should come to both prohibitions. I hate alcohol so much. '

Uma Bharti also argued, 'It has been proved in Corona that not a single man died by not drinking liquor. People started dying as soon as the shops opened. This means that alcohol is the cause of death. Stopping alcohol is not the cause of death. ' Uma Bharti has been seen speaking about stopping alcohol for a long time.

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