Firebrand BJP leader Uma Bharti has once again set a deadline for Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s government to ban alcohol in the state or she will take to the streets for that purpose.

Speaking to the media in Bhopal on Saturday, Bharti to a question claimed that she would take to the streets in favor of the alcohol ban may be on the bank of the Narmada or Chambal or Betwa on the sides of Taal Talaiya (Bhopal). “We will carry out an awareness campaign on the same by seeking the support of the state government, but if that does not work, I will personally embark on the campaign,” said the sadhvi, claiming that she will stay in Gangasagar. (Uttarakhand) to Makar Sankranti, that is to say in January. 14.

Although she praised Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, calling him an elder brother and a guru who taught him several things. If such a person remains the chief minister, he will run the state properly, she said.

“I remain completely satisfied and keep my blessings, cooperation and best wishes with him (Shivraj),” added the former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh.

Continuing, she also praised BJP head of state VD Sharma, calling him an excellent head of state and politician composed with virtues such as decency, a balanced approach and made a excellent team with CM Shivraj. It will be great if an alcohol ban is imposed on the two in MP, she added.

“Both leaders said that detox can be achieved through public awareness, but personally I think this could only be achieved through Latth (stick) and public awareness,” Bharti said. .

Regarding the loss of earnings, Bharti said she has the formula for making up for losses in the event of an alcohol ban, but added that she would only speak to the two top executives.

Praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Yogi Aditynanath and Shivraj Singh Chouhan, she said she was still with them and there was no replacement in BJP.

“However, I am firm on issues such as the alcohol ban and the connection between the River Ken and Betwa,” she said.

Bharti said that during the lockdown when liquor stores were closed, none died because of it.

“With the Chhatarpur diamond mine, but the forest should not be damaged”

Again taking a different line from her party, Bharti said that she was with the diamond excavation project in Chhatarpur (Bada Malhera) but that only the forest is not damaged and that diamonds are mined for the good youth thanks to a modern technique without destroying the forests (Buxwaha).

She made it clear, however, that she was not with people like NBA founder Medha Patkar as she left things halfway and cited examples of dams from Tehri and Indira Sagar who were built despite strong opposition from Patkar and his colleagues. “We have to tackle the issues we’re dragged into until the very end. It must be a promised end, (made for ourselves), ”she said.

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