Women want CM to start liquor ban from Sri City
By The Hindu 28-Aug-2019
Presenting their appeals to Collector Narayana Bharat Gupta, the women, mostly representing the self-help groups and voluntary organisations, observed that close to 70,000 families are depending on employment in about 200 industries in the region. They lamented that a majority of the workers were addicted to liquor and neglecting their families.
Recalling that the anti-liquor movement in the 1990s had its birth at Dubagunta village of the neighbouring Nellore district, some women representatives from Varadaiahpalem observed that after three decades the poverty-ridden households in the Sri City belt were forced to think about repeating the agitation.
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