Victory Pillar raised at Mullur Chak for becoming liquor free village.

Villagers seen in front of the victory board.

Gadchiroli March 30 (District Correspondent) In Mullur Chak, a small village in Armori taluka, liquor sale has been banned for the past several years. To celebrate this success, a victory pillar was recently erected at the entrance of the village with the participation of all the villagers.

Mullur Chak village has a total population of 102. Alcohol is not sold in this village. The ban on sale of alcohol is still in force at the initiative of the villagers. The victory pillar has been raised with an objective that liquor ban should continue forever, the next generation in the village should be free from addiction, festivals and celebrations in the village should be celebrated happily, there should not be any kind of dispute in the village, villagers should be able to live with love and peace and other villages should be inspired to ban alcohol from our village and neighbouring villages as well should ban the sale of alcohol.

With the participation of the villagers, a victory pillar was erected for these various purposes and a joyous festival was celebrated in the village. Women, youth, seniors, and children were present in this program. Specially for this activity Muktipath Armori Taluka team members Vinod Kohpare, Pallavi, Sushma played the role of guide for the village.

On this occasion Deputy Director of Muktipath  Santosh Sawalkar, Village Association President Rajiram Hazare, Rishi Bhoyer, Geeta Bankar, Samsha Bankar, Gudu Bankar, Rekha Shirurkar, Sunil Thackeray, Vishal Hazare, Dhrup Itankar, Suraj Hazare, Vithoba Itankar, Durvas Hazare and other villagers were present.


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