The Supreme Court recently ordered the shutting down of all liquor shops across India that are situated on or around state and national highways. Keeping in view the same, city beautiful is likely to go dry from April 1st, 2017. In the recent statement given by Home Secretary, Mr. Anurag Aggarwal said that all sectors in Chandigarh are 1.2 km long and 0.8 km wide with the proximity to state highways; therefore, every sector comes within the ambit of 500 meters of it. So, all the liquor vendors shall shut down from April 1st, 2017.
Immensely disheartened with the initiative, non-profit organization KPAK (Khao Piyo Aish Karo) which has been operating towards youth welfare since two years now, has decided to organise a Capacity Test in Leisure Valley, in which the participants will have to stand on one leg and drink beer. The top three participants who drink the maximum amount of liquor will win unlimited beer for 1 month.
In a recent conversation with our correspondent, the President of KPAK Mr. Bejaan Daruwala Singh said, “Life is meant to be lived and, what is the point of living without sipping this pious water? Every celebration is incomplete without alcohol. With the upcoming event in Leisure Valley, we want to spread the message to the masses that alcohol is injurious to boredom.”
He further added that, KPAK is even planning to protest against this initiative of liquor ban. All those who are interested in participating in the capacity test can register themselves on www.kpak.com.
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A stout believer of the doctrine of karma, and definitely an optimist. Bhavya suffers from a childhood syndrome, of laughing at serious situations and the same translates in her writings in the form of disastrous wit. Food, music and books are the definition of immense happiness.