Sinlung /
03 July 2014

Presbyterian Church Opposes Relaxation Of Prohibition

Aizawl, Jul 3 : Mizoram Synod of the Presbyterian Church of India, the largest church in the state, today protested the recent proposal of the state government to relax prohibition in the state.

Posters would be displayed in Aizawl city protesting the proposal of the state government and letters would be sent to the chief minister and excise and narcotics minister not to introduce the proposed bill to relax prohibition, senior Executive Secretary of Mizoram Synod Rev. Lalzuithanga said.

The church also proposed to take out a procession if major non-governmental organisations - the Young Mizo Association (YMA), the Mizo Hmeichhe Insuihkhawm Pawl (MHIP) or women's federation and Mizoram Upa Pawl (MUP) or elders' association agreed to support the church in the issue.

The proposed "Mizoram Liquor (Prohibition and Control) Bill, 2014" has been endorsed by the ruling Congress Legislature Party and the Council of Ministers and is set to be introduced and deliberated in the state assembly on July 10.


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