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Uma Bharti has again become active regarding the prohibition of liquor in Madhya Pradesh. This time he has done something that can increase the tension of Shivraj. Former Chief Minister Uma Bharti has written a letter to BJP National President JP Nadda.
The relations between former Chief Minister Uma Bharti and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan are not good. In such a situation, by writing a letter directly to BJP’s National President JP Nadda, many meanings are being taken out of his demand for redressal of his points of alcohol. Uma Bharti had issued a statement a day earlier saying that urban body and panchayat elections should be allowed. Till now it was silent. The state’s new liquor policy is anti-women. This has hurt me. She said that despite talking several times, she came on the back foot. Now a three-page letter has been written to JP Nadda demanding that the points of liquor be resolved. It has been said in this that I do not break the party line, but cannot leave the subjects on which I have faith.
In a letter to JP Nadda, he said that there should be a drug-free society in our country, it has always been on the agenda of the party. The story of Punjab’s progress and then drunken Punjab is well known. Madhya Pradesh is also a state moving towards rapid progress, but at present the new liquor policy of Madhya Pradesh can take the state towards destruction in every way. I have met all the decision-makers of my party regarding prohibition and discussed this subject. He wrote that prohibition is not a matter of my personal ego, but a social issue related to the honor and safety of the women of Madhya Pradesh, livelihood of youth and future.
Uma said that whenever I met and talked on this subject, I did not make it public. Because I was confident of getting positive results. Because of this many times in silence I became the object of condemnation, ridicule and criticism. Therefore, now I make a public appeal to you, in consultation with the senior members of the party, on alcohol and drugs, you should instruct all BJP ruled states to implement the same liquor policy.
Uma also raised questions on the premises of drinking alcohol. She further wrote that I still have faith in Shivraj Singh and all those whom I have met. I am sure that the state government will take back its liquor policy and present the new revised policy under your guidance. She further wrote to Nadda that you respect me a lot and I know that I do not break the party line, but cannot leave the subjects on which I believe. You should find a way to resolve the points raised in the letter regarding alcohol.
In the letter, Uma told the crowd in villages and cities to drink liquor in the open courtyard, the distance of the liquor shop from any religious place and educational institutions and opening the shop at a fixed time, the shopkeepers’ policy of giving one free bottle instead of one, There has been a demand to clarify the policy of the party regarding liquor shops and premises near the settlements of laborers and to force them to follow the same in every state government of the party.