Recently, Aam Aadmi Party chief and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on his Gujarat tour had accused the BJP government that people are dying due to drinking spurious liquor in the dry state. If his government comes, his focus will be on good education, good hospitals and corruption free. But, in the meantime, a candidate of his own party enumerated the benefits of drinking alcohol during a public meeting in Somnath. His video is becoming very viral on social media. Let us tell you that this matter is also interesting because Punjab CM and AAP leader Bhagwant Mann was accused by the opposition that he was intoxicated when he came by flight from Germany. The Civil Aviation Ministry has ordered an inquiry in this matter.
Recently, when Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann was accused that he was intoxicated while returning to India from Germany, due to which the flight was delayed. Opposition leaders alleged that Mann was not even able to walk properly. On the other hand, AAP has called these allegations baseless. Whereas, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has ordered an inquiry in this matter.
The latest controversy regarding liquor has come to the fore from Gujarat. Addressing a public meeting in Somnath, dry state Gujarat, Jagmal Wala said, “There are 196 countries in the world where 800 crore people live. People living in all these 196 countries have complete freedom to drink alcohol. The population of India alone 130-140 crores and there is an exemption for drinking alcohol all over the country. Liquor is banned only in Gujarat. Which proves that alcohol is not bad. Big doctors, IAS and IPS officers drink alcohol.”
— DeshGujarat (@DeshGujarat) September 22, 2022
A Twitter handle called ‘Desh Gujarat’ has shared this video on Twitter. However, there has been no response from the party in this matter. It is noteworthy that the assembly elections in Gujarat are due later this year. This time the Aam Aadmi Party has put full emphasis on the elections. Due to which the competition has become triangular. Even before this, AAP had made a mark in the elections, but could not get success.
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