Madhya Pradesh: Uma Bharti said- CM Shivraj doesn’t talk to me now on prohibition…

Bhopal | Uma Bharti On Prohibition : In the Bharatiya Janata Party, Uma Bharti has been serving the party for a long time. His name is counted among the big faces of the party. In Madhya Pradesh, she has been continuously raising her voice for prohibition of alcohol. However, till now they have not got success in this regard. Now he has given the latest big statement on this issue. Uma Bharti has said that CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is no longer talking to him on this issue. He said that during the last two years, the Chief Minister has spoken to me on prohibition in every meeting, but when the matter came to the fore, he has stopped talking to me.

Has been continuously raising the demand for prohibition

Uma Bharti On Prohibition : Let us tell you that for a long time, Uma has stood by her demand in a sequential manner. He has made several tweets in this regard where he raised the demand that the system of serving liquor in the premises in the state should be stopped immediately. Along with this, liquor shops should also be closed near schools, hospitals, temples and other prohibited places. He has demanded that the door-to-door delivery of liquor in the state should be stopped immediately. Describing Chauhan as her elder brother, Uma Bharti said that relations of respect and affection remained with him from 1984 to March 2022. He said that he used to meet or call me either on his way to his office or during my stay in Himalayas or when he remembered any of my bhajans.


Uma Bharti On Prohibition : Uma Bharti wrote in her tweet that I have talked to Shivraj (Singh Chauhan) ji on prohibition in every meeting in two years, now the matter has come out, so why has brother stopped Anbola (talks among themselves) and Why have you started talking through the media? He said that Shivraj has said the day after that if people stop drinking alcohol, then I will close liquor shops in the state. Uma said that it is the responsibility of the police and administration to stop the sale of illicit liquor and it is a question of law and order.

Shubham Bangwal

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