Aurangabad: The Maharashtra government has allowed the sale of wine in malls and supermarkets across the state. With this decision of Mahavikas Aghadi government, politics in Maharashtra has now reached its climax. Protests against the government are also taking place across the state. In particular, the BJP has lashed out at the Shiv Sena and the government over the issue. Now MIM MP Imtiaz Jalil has made a controversial statement in this episode. He said that for the first time in Aurangabad district where wine will come, I will demolish the shop myself.

What did Imtiaz Jalil say?
MIM MP Imtiaz Jalil has strongly opposed the Maharashtra government’s decision to sell wine in state shops as well. He warned that after the order of the government, if any liquor comes in the shop for the first time, I will go and break it myself. “I will do this against Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar,” he said. Jalil said the government was arguing that the decision would benefit farmers. If this is the case then the production of charas and marijuana in the fields should also be allowed.

Request to mothers and sisters
MP Imtiaz Jalil has also urged the women of the state to stand up against the decision taken by the Mahavikas Aghadi government on wine. He said that mothers and sisters should come forward and destroy this wine shop.

Approved with conditions
A day after the Maharashtra cabinet allowed the sale of ‘wine’ to supermarkets and shops with certain conditions, Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut on Friday said those who were protesting the decision were anti-farmers. Said it can sell 1,000 square feet and more supermarkets and shops. Sell ​​wine on payment of license fee, although criteria for sale of wine, such as minimum distance from schools and places of worship, as well as local prohibition laws will be followed.

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