Shivraj vs Sadhvi on liquor! Bid - go to hell revenue, liquor should be stopped ...

Shivraj vs Sadhvi on liquor! Bid - go to hell revenue, liquor should be stopped ...

Gwalior: BJP's senior leader Uma Bharti made a statement a few days ago about the loss of revenue from liquor ban, but now again he has taken a U-turn from his statement.

The former CM said that 'I hate alcohol very much. Revenue went to hell, he did not stop. He said that if people die hungry due to loss of revenue, then let them die. If I am in control, I should ban alcohol today. He said the Corona epidemic had been prohibited during lockdown. During this time no person died. This shows that drinking alcohol is the cause of death. No one dies due to alcohol withdrawal.

Explain that the former CM had announced a few days ago from March 8 to campaign for prohibition of liquor. A few days after this announcement, he said that the state government would incur a revenue loss due to the liquor ban. To solve this revenue deficit, another solution has to be found, so that the poor people do not have problems because the revenue of the government is used for the development of poor people.

Over 50 deaths due to poisonous alcohol in MP in a year

In the last one year, the number of deaths due to poisonous and illicit liquor has continued in Madhya Pradesh. After about 20 deaths due to poisonous liquor in Ujjain, such an incident was also reported in Ratlam. At the same time, more than 27 people in Morena recently died due to poisonous alcohol.  

PM Modi to address the joint conference of commanders, jawans will also participate for the first time

PM Modi to address the joint conference of commanders, jawans will also participate for the first time

National Desk: For the first time, armed forces personnel will also participate in the joint conference of commanders to be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The event will be held later this week. The Conference of Joint Commanders' Conference hitherto consisted only of officers of the rank of Commander-in-Chief, with whom their respective service chiefs are addressed by the Prime Minister and instructed by the government to deal with perceived security challenges.

Sources in the government told ANI that the jawans will take part in various discussions which will also include issues related to the army and operations. Sources said that the suggestion to include the soldiers in the discussion has come from the Prime Minister's office itself. The jawans participating in the discussion will be Junior Commissioned Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers who will give their presentations on the issues given to them.

Sources said that the insight of the jawans to the functioning of the forces comes in handy daily and even during the recent Indo-China conflict, the jawans gave valuable suggestions during excavation of trenches and building defense against China. The Prime Minister has changed the general mode of operation of the Joint Commanders' Conference as it will now be done on operational bases rather than in the South Block.

Since the first conference held in South Block in 2014, it has been conducted at the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, Indian Military Academy, Dehradun and Jodhpur Airbase. This time it is being held in front of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's Statue of Unity in Kevadia town of Gujarat in which senior army officers will be staying in tents during the conference.

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