MP Politics: In the Shivraj cabinet meeting, the decision to implement the new liquor policy in Madhya Pradesh has been approved. In the election year in which a big decision is being considered. Under the new liquor policy, it will not be possible to drink liquor while sitting at liquor shops, apart from this, no new liquor shops will also be opened in the state. While all the courtyards in the state will also be closed.
No new shop will open in MP
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that ‘addiction is a social evil, so I have decided that no new liquor shop will be opened in Madhya Pradesh. We tried to come up with an excise policy that discourages drinking. The new policy has banned enclosures. 100 m from the educational institution. Till then there will be no liquor shop.
We have decided that driving license will be canceled for 6 months for first time drink driving, for 2 years for second time and for life for third time. Liquor shops will be removed from the vicinity of religious places.
— Shivraj Singh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) February 20, 2023
addiction is a social evil
CM Shivraj said that ‘we have decided that driving license will be canceled for 6 months if caught driving after drinking alcohol for the first time, for 2 years if caught for the second time and for life if caught for the third time. will be banned. Liquor shops will be removed from around religious places. Let us tell you that there was a demand for making a new liquor policy in Madhya Pradesh for a long time, in such a situation, the new liquor policy has been implemented in the Shivraj cabinet meeting yesterday.
This is the new liquor policy
Under the new liquor policy that has been implemented in Madhya Pradesh, it will not be possible to drink liquor while sitting at liquor shops, apart from this, all the premises will also be closed. That means liquor will be sold at liquor shops. But liquor will not be available at the shops. Apart from this, the number of liquor shops that are there in the state till now will remain the same, now no new liquor shop will be opened in the state. Apart from this, liquor shops will not operate within a radius of 100 meters from religious and educational institutions, girls’ schools, girls’ colleges. Let us inform that Uma Bharti, former CM of Madhya Pradesh was also demanding a new liquor policy for a long time.