Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, ‘New excise policy is coming. Under this, if someone traditionally makes liquor from Mahua, then it will not be illegal. In the name of heritage liquor, it will also be sold at liquor shops.
Now in Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh liquor shops There will also be a sale of traditional Mahua. The sale of Mahua has been legalized through the new excise policy of the state. The Madhya Pradesh government has announced a new excise policy going out of the box. Now the traditional liquor made from Mahua will be legal in the state. In the name of heritage liquor, it will also be sold at liquor shops. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who arrived at the Tribal Pride Week program in Mandla, announced this.
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He said that this would become a source of income for the tribals. CM said, ‘New excise policy is coming. Under this, if someone traditionally makes liquor from Mahua, then it will not be illegal. In the name of heritage liquor, it will also be sold at liquor shops. We will make that also a means of increasing the income of the tribals. Can make it for the sustenance of traditions, if he makes it traditionally, then he will also have the right to sell and the government will give this right according to legal value.
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He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to celebrate Tribal Pride Day in the entire country on 15th November every year and organize various programs of tribal pride in every nook and corner of the country and started this campaign from Bhopal.
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Chouhan also inaugurated development works costing more than Rs 600 crore and performed bhoomi-pujan from the venue. The tribal class will be given the right of community forest management, they will plant the forest and they will have the right on its wood and fruits.
Under the Chief Minister’s Residential Land Rights Scheme, residential land rights-sheets will be provided to them. On the concluding day of Tribal Pride Week, the Chief Minister performed Bhoomi Pujan of the statue site of Tribal immortal martyrs Raja Shankar Shah and Raghunath Shah at Qila Ward Mandla. He remembered Raja Shankar Shah and Raghunath Shah and bowed to them.