August 19, 2022

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Senior BJP chief Uma Bharti has written a letter to social gathering president J P Nadda, demanding a uniform excise coverage for all BJP-ruled states, and likewise introduced a silent protest exterior liquor outlets in Madhya Pradesh until October this yr in addition to a march in Bhopal on October 2, on the event of Mahatma Gandhi’s start anniversary.

Within the letter dated July 9, the previous Madhya Pradesh chief minister additionally criticised the prevailing excise coverage within the BJP-governed MP, claiming “it may well lead the state in direction of destruction in each method”.

Bharti, who shared the letter on Twitter on Saturday night, has been in search of prohibition in MP since someday. She had earlier hurled a stone at a liquor store within the state capital Bhopal and thrown cow dung at a liquor outlet in Niwari district.

The BJP chief, in a press release, stated she has held conferences with decision-makers inside the social gathering, and is assured that such interactions will quickly yield outcomes.

“Any more until October, I’ll stand alone in entrance of liquor outlets and ahataas (liquor ingesting services adjoining outlets). I’ll march with ladies on the streets of Bhopal on Gandhi Jayanti (October 2),” she stated.

The previous Union minister stated liquor prohibition is a social concern, and never a political one.

“It’s not private concern for me both. Subsequently, whoever helps it may well do that in private capability,” she stated.

Bharti additionally stated prohibition was not an ego concern for her, however a social concern related to ladies and their households, and it was additionally about the way forward for youth.

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Within the letter to Nadda, Bharti demanded {that a} uniform excise coverage for all of the BJP-ruled states be ready in session with senior leaders.

The coverage ought to tackle points like serving liquor in open ahataas, wine outlets close to instructional establishments and spiritual locations, apart from these close to labourer settlements and locations the place ladies collect, she stated within the letter.

The Madhya Pradesh authorities permits liquor consumption in open ahataas. Drunken driving is illegitimate, however folks drive their autos after consuming liquor in ahataas, she said.

On June 14, Bharti had thrown cow dung at a liquor store in Orchha city in Niwari district. In March, she had hurled a stone at a liquor vend in Bhopal’s Azad Nagar.

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