Gutka sale to children stops in a MP village

Priyank Joshi from Jabalpur reports that during a Right to life meeting villagers took a vow in a village called Khama that they will not allow reach of intoxicating material to the children. One shopkeeper of the village agreed but the second one said it is his business, so how can he stop this sale and issue was not resolved.

During the meeting it was also decided that no bad language or force will be used against women, every child will go to school and money for NREGA will be properly utilized. Whole village took food together which was collected from each house. After the food the second shopkeeper stood up and said he was wrong and he also promises to not to sale any gutka to any child

Posted on: Sep 18, 2010. Tags: Priyank Joshi

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