Anna Hazare has also written a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray expressing his dissatisfaction. Anna Hazare has warned in his letter that he will go on an indefinite strike against this decision of the state government.
Anna Hazare Uddhav Thackeray
Social worker Anna Hazare (Anna HazareOnce again preparing to agitate. This time he is going to sit on strike against the Maha Vikas Aghadi government led by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. The Maharashtra government has allowed the sale of wine in supermarkets, malls and grocery stores in the state.Wine sale in supermarkets in maharashtra) is given. Anna Hazare is very angry with this decision. He clearly believes that this will increase alcoholism in Maharashtra. Expressing his discontent, Anna Hazare expressed his dissatisfaction with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.CM Uddhav Thackeray) has also been written to. Anna Hazare has warned in his letter that he will go on an indefinite strike against this decision of the state government.
Even before this, Anna Hazare had given his reaction on this decision taken by the Maharashtra government. Describing this decision as regrettable, he said that the government’s job is to take measures to de-addiction, not to encourage drug abuse to increase revenue. He had said that with this decision of the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, drug addiction will definitely increase among the people. Now Anna has directly raised the concerns of the Thackeray government by warning of an indefinite strike.
Anna announces fast, sends message to CM by warning
Social activist Anna Hazare writes to Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray against the state government’s decision to allow the sale of wine in supermarkets and walk-in shops.
In the letter, Hazare also warned the state government to go on infinite strike against the decision. pic.twitter.com/gaMikXf6lr
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The decision was taken in the Maharashtra cabinet meeting
The decision to allow sale of wine in supermarkets, malls and grocery stores in the state was taken in the cabinet meeting of the Mahavikas Aghadi government. In this it was decided that such grocery stores, including malls and supermarkets, which have more than 1000 square feet of space available, wine can be sold. For this, they will have to make a separate corner in their shops. The state government has taken this decision to raise money in the government treasury. It has been said in its favor that this will increase the profits of the farmers.
Opposition’s protest went in vain, will Thackeray government change the decision with Anna’s warning?
NCP leader Nawab Malik and Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut had said in favor of this decision that it would benefit the fruit producing farmers. The sales of their products will increase and they will get the right price. On behalf of the BJP, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly and former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had called it a step to make Maharashtra ‘Madya Rashtra’. Union Minister Rao Saheb Danve had said that today wine will be sold, tomorrow beer will be sold, then women will also start drinking. On this, Deputy CM Ajit Pawar had said that the opposition does not know the difference between wine and liquor.
NCP Chief Sharad Pawar had said that there is a lot of opposition to this decision. In view of the protests, if the decision had to be withdrawn, I would not object. BJP state president Chandrakant Patil had said that when there is a big difference between wine and liquor, then why is the wine shop written in front of the liquor shops? There it should be written ‘Amrit Shop’ or ‘Milk Shop’ or something. It will be known when the women of the villages beat him with slippers. But despite strong opposition from the opposition, the Maharashtra government stood by its decision. Now it is to be seen what stand the Maha Vikas Aghadi government takes on this letter of Anna Hazare.
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