Bihar Goes Dry
CM Nitish Kumar is very happy after announces Ban on Alcohol and by doing this Bihar Goes Dry. By getting response to a bans on country liquor in the state, now he advanced total ban by six months. The CM said that Bihar goes dry with instant effect, after a two-hour Cabinet meeting and the shocker move for many denotes that starting today, no alcohol can be lawfully consumed in all of Bihar, including bars and restaurants.
On Friday, the state-government had declared a prohibition on country liquor as phase 1 towards full ban and the CM had assured to phase out deal and utilization of all alcohol within six months, here we’re listing the highlights, please have a look..
Highlights on Bihar Goes Dry
- Total prohibition imposed across Bihar, 6 months before planned
- Country liquor banned last week as first step towards total prohibition
- Enthusiastic public response led to advancing decision: Bihar CM
Like shops advertising country liquor in rural areas and cities were shut down, the government began opening govt-run shops in urban area which would trade overseas liquor 60 shops had previously been opened across the state and more were considered in the next few days and the administration had also begun renewing licenses for bars.
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Although on Tuesday the CM Nitish Kumar said, “In the first four days of the prohibition on country liquor it has turn into a social association. Still in cities women are differing govt-run shops advertising liquor as we had designed to start for the next six months and so I experience this is the right time for social change in Bihar.
Ban is close to the CM Nitish Kumar’s mind and supporting agenda and was a key promise he completed to women voters, who are seem to have played an imperative role in his engaging a third term in November last year.
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Bihar Goes Dry
Inquired how the govt will structure losses from stopping the sale of liquor, CM Nitish Kumar said he did not desire revenues from alcohol and Bihar earned 3,300 crores from liquor sales last year. Politicians and policeman have hurried to demonstrate their dedication to the Chief Minister’s pet cause.
While the new law was approved on Friday, Bihar’s 243 state representatives somberly vowed in the state to “stay away from alcohol” and On Monday, thousands of policemen in formation and promised not to drink alcohol and to enforce ban effectively.
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