Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir supervision on Friday ruled out anathema on sale or trade of wine in a state, observant there is leisure of choice and decisions can't be enforced on others.
“There is a direct for banning wine though we trust that a emanate needs to be addressed on a basement of leisure of choice,” Minister for Finance Haseeb Drabu pronounced while vocalization during a Zero Hour in a Legislative Council.
“As a state policy, we can't make a decisions on others, there is a leisure of choice and let a people confirm what they wish to do,” Drabu said.
He pronounced “let us live in giveaway multitude where a choice of one is not enforced on a others.”
“It is same as if a chairman wants to be vegetarian, during a same time he can't anathema non-vegetarian food,” Drabu said, adding besides Jammu and Kashmir is a traveller state.
The government’s rejecting of direct for anathema on wine in a Muslim-majority state comes during a time when some eremite groups and polite societies are pitching for a finish anathema on a trade, sale and expenditure of liquor.
“I trust self-restrain is critical in this courtesy and let people confirm for themselves rather than supervision banning it,” a apportion said.
Drabu also pronounced a emanate of liquid of forged wine is a means of regard and a state supervision would take measures to quell it.