CM goes on with his Justification Tour following Imposition of Prohibition

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in Saran on Wednesday.

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Saran: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, speaking at the Rajendra Stadium in Chhapra on Wednesday, exhorted the women of the district not to be afraid to take the law in their own hand and destroy any illegal liquor distillery if they came across one.

"Don't be afraid; if you see any distillery, just destroy it. Attack anyone who is creating trouble while being intoxicated," the Chief Minister, who is on a nationwide trip to justify his decision to impose prohibition in Bihar, said at a 'Jeevika' rally in Chhapra.

Kumar invoked the name of Mahatma Gandhi saying the dream of the father of the nation was finally realized hundred years after the famous Champaran Satyagraha.

"The foundation of social change has been laid now. The dream of Bapu has been realized and women from Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh are calling me to help impose prohibition in those states. Today women are playing big role in the society and they should take all action against those who are found to be drinking," he said.

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