Debate: Is village level liquor ban possible in AP?

September 30, 2018 | News Of 9

Consumption of alcohol is prohibited in some parts of India. Recently Bihar and Kerala became the two new states to ban Liquor in the states and became Dry State of India.

Below are the current Dry states List India:

1.Gujarat
2.Lakshadweep
3.Manipur
4.Mizoram
5.Nagaland
6.Kerala

We have three dry days across all India: Republic Day (January 26), Independence Day (August 15), and Gandhi Jayanti (October 2).

Recently JanaSena Chief & Party President Mr.Pawan Kalyan promised in his Chintalapudi(WestGodavari Dist Porata Yatra) general meeting addressing to women in Andhra Pradesh that “He will enforce & implement Liquor Ban in AP by Village level if specific Village women gets majority voting for a liquor free village in referendum conducted by his government(2019).

Kachhabali village in Rajasthan has become the first in the state to become a liquor free village. A referendum was conducted on Tuesday, March 29, which saw over 67.11 percent people voted for a liquor free state.

Newsof9 Readers,

What do you think about “Village level liquor ban in AP by JanaSena Chief Mr.Pawan Kalyan”, is it good for society? what are the difficulties JanaSena chief may face while implementing this ? Does it increase AP deficit more?

Please provide your valuable comments!

 

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15 Comments

  1. I dont think total liquor ban is good for AP with current deficit, because of the natural links of alcohol to travel and tourism industry. AP economy and GDP relies heavily on tourism industry. It leads to a lot of inflow of money and creates large number of jobs and is a great boost to the services industry.
    Totally it will increase more budget deficit to AP but micro segmentation liquor ban at village level is recommended.

  2. Yes for a better society and for better future of next generation it is good step and it is possible to implement at 50% if villages..So inorder it to be implemented successfully we need to gather total number of people in a village,no of male population,female population ,number of students in a village and how many people below poverty lane and based on these logistics we can brainstorm and comeup with a plan.We should also plan to limit selling liquir to the peopke who poses valid drivers license with an age of more than 18 years etc.

  3. Liquor Ban is Recommended. But I like the Pawan Kalyan Approach. Mainly his thought process about a policy. He didn’t said it blindly. He involved the Society in liquor ban policy.

    If your village need a liquor ban you need to act and make liquor ban happend.

    This way liquor ban will be possible with the act of society.

    And about deficit it’s okay to take financial hit to take care of health of people.
    But to cover the deficit need to look at the alternate options to cover the deficit like more tourism and more exports

  4. It’s a good idea by PK, should start with active villages where women are looking for liquor ban. It obviously bring back the responsibility of head of house hold in many poor families. Obviously men will be away to regular alcoholism if it’s not availability easily . Kudos to PK but it’s not that easy , all the best👍

  5. Nice initiative by Mr. Pawan Kalyan , Yes it’s possbile only from society if certain percentage of people in that particular place comes up with the idea of liquor ban in that respective place, then yes I would say it’s possbile as per policies referred from Janasena after gettingAt elected in 2019…

    At the same time since liquor tax is highest paid economy in India and respective states, preventive measures to be taken care in order to compensate that same..

    Hail Democracy , Hail India.

  6. What i liked fro pk is he didn’t give a blind statement like other parties. Village or mandal level consent is the best idea.. sure will be successful

  7. Complete liquor ban in the state can increase the deficit and will be more burden to the Government. But banning liquor shops at an area where woman escalation is more should be an appreciable move by JSP and Pawan Kalyan. This shouldn’t be a burden to the government and is a possible solution.

    “Bringing Governance to the hands of people” Wishing JSP all the success in 2019

  8. Alcohol is only the major income to Andhra Pradesh? Without alcohol AP can’t develop? If so then we don’t want the govt who believe in this. Yes we want the govt who can completely abolish the alcohol. My state want to be free from Alcohol.

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