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Friday, 2 October 2020

Should alcohol ban be lifted in Gujarat or not? Minister of State for Home Affairs Pradipsinh Jadeja's biggest statement on this issue

Home Minister Pradipsinh's big statement on the issue of alcohol ban is coming up in Gujarat when the state is once again haunted by the ban on alcohol. Pradipsinh Jadeja said today without naming Shankarsinh Vaghela that some people are talking about lifting the ban, but it is not possible to lift the ban in the state. The Gujarat government is committed to drug ban. Alcohol abuse has devastated many families in the state.



 According to the information received about this, the biggest statement of the state Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti is coming up. He said today that some people are talking about lifting the ban on alcohol in Gujarat, but this is not possible in the state. The state government is committed to drug ban. He added that not long ago, Shankarsinh Vaghela had openly favored lifting the ban on alcohol in Gujarat, but that was not possible.

 Without naming anyone, Jadeja alleged that some people believe that lifting the ban on alcohol would bring in crores of rupees and develop Gujarat, but the Gujarat government is committed to banning alcohol. Many families in the state are devastated due to alcohol abuse. The monster of alcohol makes many sisters widows. But all my citizens and government sisters are committed to protecting Chudi Chandla from alcoholism.

 It may be mentioned here that recently, the former Chief Minister of Gujarat Shankarsinh Vaghela had issued a statement on lifting the ban on alcohol from Gujarat. He said that both the BJP and the Congress were not interested in lifting the ban on alcohol, as both were benefiting. He further said that the ban on alcohol in Gujarat is a sham and should be lifted.

 On the other hand, the ruling BJP has been saying that the ban on alcohol has been an important factor in Gujarat's progress, peace and security. But only a handful of citizens in the state are campaigning to lift the ban on alcohol through social media. He believes that Prohibition is fueling corruption and discriminating against Gujaratis compared to people from other states.

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