Stripping power from Panchayats to liberalise liquor policy?

Kerala government has liberalised its liquor policy by taking away the powers of local bodies to regulate setting up of liquor outlets. Kerala Governor Justice P Sathasivam signed an ordinance making necessary amendments in this regard in the Kerala Municipality Act and Kerala Panchayat Raj Act on Friday. The Kerala government, is expected to announce its new liquor policy soon and the new decision is viewed as a first step to open closed bars in the state. Already the opposition and church has came out against the move. Super Prime Time discusses the issue with M Noushad MLA, TN Prathapan, David Pathadan, M Noushad MLA and Fr. TJ Antony.

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