Aurangabad : The MIM has started a strong protest against the government’s decision to openly sell wine in the Super Market and Mall. Recently, MIM State President and MP Imtiaz Jaleel threatened the state government to break it if he opened a wine shop in Aurangabad. Four days later, MIM workers led by city president Shahrekh Naqshbandi held a vigorous demonstration at Kranti Chowk in the city on Thursday evening. The police arrested all the activists.
MIM city president Shahrekh Naqshbandi, while talking to reporters during the movement, said that at present a large number of youth are unemployed. In such a situation, the decision taken by the state government to openly sell wine in supermarkets and malls is going to ruin the younger generation. Naqshbandi said that due to this decision of the government, youth will be addicted to drugs in large numbers. Due to which the youth will ruin their life by indulging in drug addiction instead of grooming their life. Due to which the number of crimes in the state can increase drastically. MIM city president Shahrekh Naqshbandi demanded that the government take back its decision immediately to save the younger generation from deteriorating.
Vinod Patil gave support to the movement
During the movement, MIM workers protested against the open sale of wine and waved many posters shouting slogans against the government. On the other hand, NCP leader Vinod Patil reached Kranti Chowk giving support to the movement. There he along with the workers raised slogans against the government. People’s eyebrows are raised due to Vinod Patil reaching the movement. District president Sameer Sajid, former corporator Nasser Siddiqui, Arif Hussaini, Mir Hidayat Ali, Kunal Kharat, Shoaib Sheikh, Bhai Imtiaz, Shoaib Khan, Wajed Jahangirdar, Firoz Khan, Abul Hasan Hashmi, Rafik Palodkar, Raju Pathan, Jishan Deshmukh, Nusrat Khan, Abdul Rahim, Azhar Pathan, Ed. Ashok More, Nawaz Qureshi etc were present.