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Gandhi wanted people to give up drinking, but he was against all forms of coercion. Had he been alive today, he would have been the first to raise his voice against the imposition of prohibition.

An Open Letter To Nitish
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An Open Letter To Nitish
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2016-10-19T15:48:18+05:30

Dear Chief Minister,

So your ‘sushasan’ has gone to your head and you have assumed the role of moral guardian of Bihar. Today you are deciding what a citizen of Bihar should drink (fruit juice) and should not drink I(liquor). Maybe tomorrow you will decide what he or she may eat and may not eat, may wear and may not wear, and so on.

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