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Wine shops, bars violating norms: KMSS

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GUWAHATI, July 20 � The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) on Friday slammed the departments concerned for issuing licence to liquor shops and bars in total violation of the norms and stated that flouting of rules by the official agencies is responsible for the deterioration in the social ambience.

Presenting facts from reports that it has availed through RTI, the KMSS said that many of the liquor shops and bars located in the stretch between Ganeshguri flyover to Ulubari have violated the norms.

�As per the rules, the liquor shops should be located at a distance not less than 500 metres from hospitals, dispensaries and nursing homes, religious, educational or other similar buildings or institutions. But the picture that this entire stretch from Ganeshguri flyover to Ulubari reveals should be an eye opener for the society as well,� said Akhil Gogoi, general secretary of KMSS.

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Wine shops, bars violating norms: KMSS

GUWAHATI, July 20 � The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) on Friday slammed the departments concerned for issuing licence to liquor shops and bars in total violation of the norms and stated that flouting of rules by the official agencies is responsible for the deterioration in the social ambience.

Presenting facts from reports that it has availed through RTI, the KMSS said that many of the liquor shops and bars located in the stretch between Ganeshguri flyover to Ulubari have violated the norms.

�As per the rules, the liquor shops should be located at a distance not less than 500 metres from hospitals, dispensaries and nursing homes, religious, educational or other similar buildings or institutions. But the picture that this entire stretch from Ganeshguri flyover to Ulubari reveals should be an eye opener for the society as well,� said Akhil Gogoi, general secretary of KMSS.

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