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‘Tribals will be able to sell Mahua and Toddy liquor, no case will be filed,’ Shivraj promises new excise policy

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Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan (file photo).

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had reached Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday for the tribal conference. By-election is to be held in Jobat assembly seat of Alirajpur district adjoining Jhabua, due to which the model code of conduct is in place. In Jhabua, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan performed Bhoomi Pujan of many works. During this all senior BJP leaders were present on the stage. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made many announcements during this period.

CM said that now tribals will be able to sell Mahua and Toddy liquor and no case will be registered against them. Chief Minister Shivraj further said that in the new excise policy, the government will make this provision so that no case will be registered for making and selling traditional liquor. Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that I do not support alcohol, but if tribals make or drink alcohol for the sake of tradition, then there is no harm in it.

Rana Poonja also remembered

Apart from this, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that small cases registered against tribals will be withdrawn. The Chief Minister has made these two big announcements for the coming elections. During this, the Chief Minister also remembered Rana Poonja, who played an important role in Maharana Pratap’s army. He said that today is the birth anniversary of Rana Punja. I bow at the feet of Rana Punja.

Shivraj attacking Congress

Shivraj Singh Chauhan also attacked the Congress party during this period. They said. ‘Congress did not provide roads, did not provide irrigation, Congress has never opened as many schools and colleges as we have opened. Schools and ashram schools are being opened for tribal children in Madhya Pradesh. If the admission is done in higher educational institutions, then the fees will be paid by the government. This program is not just a program – it is a campaign to change the lives of poor tribal people. The Chief Minister further said that Congress ruled for more than 50 years, but they did not open schools and colleges in tribal dominated areas, Bharatiya Janata Party did the work of opening schools and colleges.

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