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Ban Alcohol

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Whether colas contain pesticides or not, or addiction to these drinks can lead to diabetes or not, some people don’t want to take risk and want to ban them. How can they forget that alcohol is more dangerous?
Alcohol leads to soaring crimes, increasing mental illness and millions of broken homes. According to US national crime victimisation survey bureau of justice an average 2,700 rapes took place everyday in the year 1996. Most of the rapists were intoxicated. Doctors say drinking alcohol is a disease not an addiction. It is a disease sold in bottles, advertised in media. It has licensed outlets to spread it, produces revenues for the government and brings deaths on the highways. Drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited in Islam. Hinduism and Christianity also prohibit it. So the government should ban alcohol.
Syed Irfan Patel
Yavatmal (MS)


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