Protests intensified at liquor shops in Delhi

Protests are increasing rapidly in every area regarding the opening of new liquor contracts in the capital Delhi. The people of the area are very angry with the opening of liquor contracts in their colonies.

The Delhi government has announced the opening of new liquor shops in many places under the new excise policy. People have come out in protest against these new liquor shops. People have threatened that if liquor shops are opened then they will not vote in the coming elections.


Protests are increasing rapidly in every area regarding the opening of new liquor contracts in the capital Delhi. The people of the area are very angry with the opening of liquor contracts in their colonies. People say that the way liquor contracts are being opened in their areas, in the coming times they will not vote in upcoming elections in protest against it.


The new excise policy has been implemented in Delhi from November 17. With the implementation of the new excise policy, all government liquor shops in Delhi have been closed. Now 849 new liquor shops are to be opened afresh, due to which the people of Delhi's RWA and colonies are continuously protesting in the areas against the government.


Be it Delhi or the posh colonies of North East or South Delhi, people are on the streets about the way in which new liquor shops are being opened in all the areas. The liquor shop, which is located near Babarpur vidhan sabha of North East Delhi, is becoming an issue for the local people there.


According to Kapil Mohan Sharma, who lives in the area, the liquor shop that is being opened at Gonda Chowk in Babarpur vidhan sabha, there is a government school nearby, in which more than 10 thousand children study and what will be the impact on them after opening a liquor shop nearby a school. Neither the MLAs of the area, nor the ministers are thinking about it.


Liquor shop is being opened at Gonda Chowk

Sonu, who lives in the vidhan sabha itself, says that the liquor contract is being opened at Gonda Chowk, while another liquor shop is opening a few steps away. In such a situation, when two assemblies are close by, then what is the need for the government to open separate liquor shops. Sonu says that if liquor shops are opened in this way, then it will be difficult for the children studying in the school to leave.


Sonu says that he has written letters to the MLAs, deputy chief minister and chief minister of Delhi government regarding this, but no one is ready to listen. If this continues, no one will not listen to anyone in the coming elections and will hit the NOTA button.


MLA said - I have complained to the commissioner many times

Gonda vidhan sabha MLA Ajay Mahawar regarding the opening of a liquor shop, said that many times a complaint was made to the commissioner regarding this liquor shop. Along with this, he has complained many times about the two liquor shops being opened at Honda Chowk. At the same time, the second liquor shop that is being opened comes under Babarpur vidhan sabha, whose MLA is Gopal Rai.