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Mahua is no longer just ‘raw liquor’, it is now ‘liquor of heritage’ in Madhya Pradesh..

Mandala | Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday announced that a new excise policy will legalize liquor made from mahua and sold as “heirloom liquor”. Speaking on Tribal Pride Day at Mandla on Monday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the government is preparing an excise policy under which if someone makes liquor made from Mahua in the traditional way, it will no longer be illegal. It will be sold. (heritage wine)

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Source of employment and income for tribal people

In the liquor shops in the name of heritage liquor which will be a source of employment and income for the tribal people who make and consume it. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had started the Tribal Pride Day celebrations in Bhopal on the birth anniversary of Lord Birsa Munda. The Congress has criticized the state government’s move and termed it as a moral degradation of the Bharatiya Janata Party. PM Modi has announced to celebrate the birth anniversary of Lord Birsa Munda on 15 November every year. A big program was organized on this day in which PM addressed the people.

Such a decision after knowing from raw wine (heritage wine)

Talking to ANI, Congress spokesperson KK Mishra said that it is unfortunate that the government is going to legalize raw liquor. It is unfortunate that the government has decided to legalize raw liquor after more than 50 people lost their lives due to consumption of spurious liquor. Despite this, the government is bringing such a policy. (heritage wine)

Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an India-based Entrepreneur. He is the Founder of Successful Startups like Youthistaan, People News Chronicle & Branding Panther. Shivam has done his Master's in Computer Applications.

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