BHOPAL : Taking cognisance over Kalpana Nagar residents’ demand, MP Human Rights Commission, in its letter to Bhopal Collector, has instructed on Wednesday to take action as opening liquor shop in residential area is violation of human rights as people specially women face embarrassing situation and children learn various anti-social activities.

Liquor shop has been opened just on the ground floor of flats at Sahakari Parisar, Kalpna Nagar, under Piplani police station. The commission has given seven days time for Collector to submit report.

Liquor shop beneath flats Human Rights Commission tells collector to take action

Earlier, Piplani police registered a case of misbehaving and hurling abuses against Som Distilleries employees for misbehaving with people who were organising ‘Sunderkand’ at liquor shops at Sahakari Parisar, Kalpana Nagar, Sonagiri.  No one has been arrested so far.

As per police sources, Hemlata Lakhani and others had organised a ‘sunderkand’ just in front of liquor shop at Sahakari Parisar at Kalpana Nagar, Sonagiri. Som Distilleries employees abused to people and removed photographs of god and goddess.  A case under sections 296, 294, 323, 34 of the IPC has been registered against employees of Som Distilleries.

In fact, the residents also approached MP Human Rights Commission with complaint for opening liquor shops in Kalpana Nagar. Shop has been opened at ground floor while families live in flats.

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