Uma Bharti launches new debate with one tweet – Wherever BJP governments are, there should be prohibition

Revenue damage can be met from anywhere, but alcohol-addicted murders, accidents and incidents of inhumanity with young girls are frightening. It is also a stigma for the country.The controversy arising out of the statement of Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra about increasing the number of liquor shops in Madhya Pradesh is not taking its name.

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Former Chief Minister Uma Bharti also jumped into the controversy on Thursday. Bharti tweeted eight simultaneously. He said that the greed of some revenue and the pressure of liquor mafia does not allow for prohibition. He also demanded from BJP National President JP Nadda that liquor ban should be done wherever the BJP governments are. Uma Bharti also said that BJP’s victory in Bihar proves that it is because of prohibition that women gave unilateral votes to Nitish Kumar. Former Chief Minister made several tweets in the controversy over increasing the number of liquor shops Uma Bharti described Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s statement that there was no decision on increasing the number of liquor shops. Then the next tweet said – During the lockdown, there was almost a prohibition of liquor. This made it clear that people died from other causes and corona, but no one died from drinking alcohol. Uma further said- Recently a large number of people died due to drinking poisonous liquor in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. 4 In most of the road accidents too, the reason for driver’s alcohol intoxication. Yet the greed of revenue and the pressure of the mafia does not allow for prohibition. If seen, only the government system manages to make people drink alcohol, just as the mother’s responsibility is to protect her with her nutrition, if the mother gives the child poison. Such is the opening of liquor shops by the government machinery. Revenue loss can be met from anywhere 4 Uma Bharti said in the next tweet, liquor ban is not a loss deal. The revenue loss from this can be met from anywhere, but the incidents of alcohol intoxication, murders, accidents and inhumanity with young girls are horrific. It is also a stigma for the country. Thousands of crores of rupees have to be spent to maintain law and order. Alcoholism is an important step to maintain balance in society. A debate can be started on this. Significantly, during the review meeting in the case of poisonous liquor, Home Minister Narottam Mishra suggested to increase the number of liquor shops.


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