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Should Gujarat lift the ban on Liquor to stop the illicit hooch incidences ?

Asked by Lucky, 09 Jul '09 09:33 am
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No as that is the only state where nashabandi is there just keep an eye on police departmnent under which this dirty game is played
Answered by babu rao, 09 Jul '09 11:36 am

 
  
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Kya jahan ban nahi hai, wahan jaharili sharab se maut nahi hoti hai, Ek bat kahen, sharab slow poison hai, aur jaharili sharab qick, Isliye behatar hai jo nasha nahi karate unke bare me socha jay.
Answered by Prem Sinha, 09 Jul '09 09:49 am

 
  
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If prohibition cannot be implemented effectively, then there is no much point in keeping it just as a policy.....But, one should admit the public uproar once the gpovt decide to lift the ban.....I fel fear of public condemnation is the only reason preventing the govt from taking such a step... Still, a better option for the govt will be to sincerely take all measures for effective implementation...But the will should come from the heart...
Answered by Shine Divakaran, 09 Jul '09 09:39 am

 
  
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The option can be considered.
Answered by Tushar Kher, 09 Jul '09 09:37 am

 
  
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Gujarat should stop playing the role of a moral poiceman and lift the ban on liquor.
As it is,IMFliquor, Beer, and spirits of all varieties are freel available there, with the right contacts.I have visited a border town in Maharashtra, from Fort songadh, and there are rows and rows of shops of liquor catering to people from Gujarat.
We should get over this hypocricy and corruption in the name of Mahatma Gandhi.
Answered by mohanbirsingh ghura, 10 Jul '09 07:52 pm

 
  
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