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JORHAT, Sept 22 - United under the banner of the Mod-Mukta Asom Dabi Samity (MMADS), representatives of several social organisations of the State today staged a sit-in demonstration in front of Jorhat Deputy Commissioner�s office demanding enactment of a law for total prohibition of liquor in the State in line with Bihar.

Representatives of several organisations, namely All Tai Ahom Students� Union, Ujani Asom Muslim Kalyan Parishad, Manab Adhikar Sangram Samiti, Nirjatita Mahila Ekya Mancha, Gana Adhikar Sangram Samity and Anuhusita Jati Chatra Sanstha submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister through the Jorhat DC in this regard.

Expressing serious concern over the spiralling crimes and road-mishaps across the State after consuming liquor, MMADS president Pulak Ranjan Gogoi said that the government�s �pro-liquor policy� devastated thousands of families in the past 25 years.

A host of agricultural activities could be taken up by those involved in liquor trade and the government can also find out alternative sources to earn revenue, he said.

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Demand for total prohibition of liquor

JORHAT, Sept 22 - United under the banner of the Mod-Mukta Asom Dabi Samity (MMADS), representatives of several social organisations of the State today staged a sit-in demonstration in front of Jorhat Deputy Commissioner�s office demanding enactment of a law for total prohibition of liquor in the State in line with Bihar.

Representatives of several organisations, namely All Tai Ahom Students� Union, Ujani Asom Muslim Kalyan Parishad, Manab Adhikar Sangram Samiti, Nirjatita Mahila Ekya Mancha, Gana Adhikar Sangram Samity and Anuhusita Jati Chatra Sanstha submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister through the Jorhat DC in this regard.

Expressing serious concern over the spiralling crimes and road-mishaps across the State after consuming liquor, MMADS president Pulak Ranjan Gogoi said that the government�s �pro-liquor policy� devastated thousands of families in the past 25 years.

A host of agricultural activities could be taken up by those involved in liquor trade and the government can also find out alternative sources to earn revenue, he said.

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