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KOTTAYAM: BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan has alleged massive corruption behind the decision of the state government to reduce the minimum distance from educational institutions and places of worship to liqour bars.

Rajasekharan said the new decision, taken on the pretext of supporting the tourism industry, would only lead to the creation of a new generation addicted to liquor at an early age.

“They seem to think bars are more necessary for society than schools,” he said.

Alleging that the LDF had received huge funds from abkari businessmen to bankroll the last Assembly elections, Mr. Rajasekharan said the decision was in reciprocation to the help received during the elections. He asked the state government to desist from the move.

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