National Convention for Liquor free India on 29th & 30th Jan

Bhubaneswar : Odisha has bacame one of the most affected state with liquor menace. This gives rise to various social hazards at every nook & corner of the state. Government has continued to open wine shops near villages ignoring public opposition. Though some villages have been made liquor free due to continuous effort by locals but this process did not take much mileage as there is rampant trading of liquor all across.
With an aim to make state & nation liquor free, Milita Odisha Nisha Niabarana Abhijan(MONNA) a pioneer organization committed for liquor prohibition is organizing a national Convention for Liquor free India on 29th & 30th Jan 2018 at Bhubaneswar. Speaking to media persons, about the two day event Shri Padmacharan Nayak, President, MONNA said, “Though there are states like Gujurat & Bihar are declared liquor free, but the liquor problem still exists there because of illegal supply from neighboring states. This necessitates the call for Liquor free India and Bhubaneswar convention will be the first of its kind effort to unite all anti-liquor protestors nationally.”
From the two day convention, first day will see a day long discussion with representative coming from 25 states at Institute of engineers. Second day will see a ‘Ganasamabesh’ including all anti-liquor activists from across the state.
During the occasion Shri Jagadananda, Former Information Commissioner, Shri Abasara Beuria, Shri Sudershan nayak, Shri Adwaita Patra were present.

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