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Lok Satta starts off anti liquor campaign

Mahila Satta identifies unlicensed shops

Hyderabad, July 26, 2007

The Lok Satta on Thursday kicked off its campaign of identifying unauthorized liquor shops in villages and towns all over the State and demanded their immediate closure. The party announced in a statement that women activists sent letters to the Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy to draw his attention to his own claim that thee were no belt shops in the State and that the State Government would have shut down them in anybody informed about their existence.

The Mahila Satta, women's wing of Lok Satta has identified 11 unlicensed shops in Chanranagar in the State Capital and 65 in four mandals of Chittoor district on the very first day of the campaign. The Lok Satta National Convener N Jayaprakash Narayan dashed a letter to the Chief Minister for immediate closure of the belt shops and also licensed outlets along the national highways, imposition of ban on consumption of liquor openly at the licensed shops. He said that 50 lakh families are on the verge of ruin due to diction of liquor.

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