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Sudip raised his voice--- Tripura government give licence to open bar (9/4/2019) 
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Sudip Roy Barman on Tuesday ruled out the government’s decision of opening bar in the state which it has decided upon to grow the state’s revenue tax. “This decision of opening a bar shall damage the mission of BJP led coalition government in Tripura to make the state drug free,” adding to this Mr. Barman viewed, “There are many other states having good tourist attraction which are considered to be completely dry state having no bar and other licensed liquor shops. So government can rethink on this as opening a bar lonely cannot attract tourists from abroad.” This perhaps has come up today in the third day of the assembly session after the state deputy chief minister Jishnu Dev Verma announced the assembly of issuing license to open bar in some big hotels in the state. “Government has decided to issue license to open bar as a pilot project, so as to attract more tourist from abroad and keeping in view of comfort of some business heads from abroad who are to be here in this state to invest,” said Mr. Dev Verma today. He said, “Opening a bar shall also grow the state’s revenue tax.”Mr. Barman however opposing the government’s decision today also said, “I doubt if the government has brought the issue in its cabinet meeting. If the government has to decide on anything, this has to be discussed in the cabinet and get it passed prior announcement. Moreover, details on how many bar shall be opened and pilot project is written over the provided papers.” Meantime, pitching same the former minister and the CPI-M MLA Bhanulal Saha said, “How could government bring such decision of opening bar without cabinet approvals.”

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