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Mahila Cong stir against wine shop timings

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GUWAHATI, March 6 - Members of the Assam Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee (APMCC) today held a protest demonstration in front of a wine and beverage shop at Ulubari on the GS Road here to register their protest against the decision of the State government to allow the wine shops in the Guwahati Metropolitan areas to function from 11 am throughout the week.

The Mahila Congress said in a statement here this evening that the Congress-led previous regime in the State had allowed the wine shops to operate from 2 pm. Moreover, the previous regime had declared 24 days as dry days in a year. But the present regime in the State has decided to declare only four days as dry days, which is detrimental to the State�s society. Besides creating social chaos, this may also lead to a rise in the number of road accidents and affect the mental health of a sizeable section of the State�s youths, said the Mahila Congress.

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Mahila Cong stir against wine shop timings

GUWAHATI, March 6 - Members of the Assam Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee (APMCC) today held a protest demonstration in front of a wine and beverage shop at Ulubari on the GS Road here to register their protest against the decision of the State government to allow the wine shops in the Guwahati Metropolitan areas to function from 11 am throughout the week.

The Mahila Congress said in a statement here this evening that the Congress-led previous regime in the State had allowed the wine shops to operate from 2 pm. Moreover, the previous regime had declared 24 days as dry days in a year. But the present regime in the State has decided to declare only four days as dry days, which is detrimental to the State�s society. Besides creating social chaos, this may also lead to a rise in the number of road accidents and affect the mental health of a sizeable section of the State�s youths, said the Mahila Congress.