‘Jo piyega, woh marega’, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Saran liquor deaths | India News

‘Jo piyega, woh marega’, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Saran liquor deaths | India News
‘Jo piyega, woh marega’, says Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Saran liquor deaths | India News

PATNA: While the loss of life toll in Saran hooch tragedy soars above 35, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Thursday mentioned, “Jo Piyega, woh marega’ (Those who drink spurious liquor, will die.).
He additionally mentioned the hooch-related deaths in Saran has introduced ahead a dwelling instance that those that would drink such spurious liquor would die. It is so easy.
“Last time, when individuals died as a result of consumption of spurious liquor, somebody mentioned they need to be compensated. I mentioned, ‘Wah.’ Jo sharab piyega, woh marega hello. “If somebody consumes spurious liquor, he will certainly die. These deaths are an instance earlier than us. … Such deaths have to be mourned. People ought to go to the affected villages and persuade individuals to not eat spurious liquor. You all have seen what an enormous marketing campaign I led throughout the state in favour of the liquor ban,” Nitish mentioned whereas responding to media queries within the state capital right here, quickly after paying floral tributes to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on his loss of life anniversary.
Asked for his response on the hooch deaths in Saran district, Nitish mentioned, “Ever for the reason that enforcement of complete prohibition in April 2016, the state authorities has taken a number of steps to coach individuals in regards to the dangerous results of liquor consumption. Even I led a social reforms marketing campaign towards liquor throughout the state. We have been warning individuals to not eat spurious liquor. Prohibition is enforced right here (in Bihar). People should do not forget that they need to not drink liquor. Still, some individuals take unsuitable steps.”
The CM additionally mentioned that he has requested his officers to spare the poor who could also be engaged in bootlegging and go after the people who find themselves working the illicit liquor racket / enterprise. “But the individuals engaged in manufacturing and commerce of liquor have to be caught,” he mentioned.
Nitish additionally mentioned individuals belonging to poor households shouldn’t be engaged.
within the commerce of liquor. “They ought to be engaged in different works, and never within the manufacturing and commerce of illicit liquor. I’m prepared to offer Rs 1 lakh per household to those that have been earlier engaged in liquor-related works, to begin different works. We will elevate the quantity if wanted, however no one ought to become involved within the liquor enterprise,” he mentioned.
On being requested that opposition BJP has alleged that there isn’t a profit from prohibition, Nitish, whereas defending his resolution of prohibition, mentioned majority of individuals within the state have given their consent in favour of the liquor ban. “The prohibition coverage has benefitted a number of individuals and many individuals have given up ingesting alcohol as a result of his measures. This is nice. Several individuals have fortunately accepted this. But there are some wrongdoers. I’ve informed officers to determine the precise wrongdoers and nab them,” he mentioned.

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