Ramadoss cites cirrhosis figures to demand complete prohibition in Tamil Nadu


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CHENNAI: The PMK on Tuesday reiterated its demand for total prohibition in Tamil Nadu by citing studies which stated the variety of cirrhosis instances within the state has gone up through the years.
In a press release, PMK chief S Ramadoss stated, "The variety of individuals affected by cirrhosis of the liver within the state has elevated 3 times within the final ten years."
He stated there was no correct remedy for this illness and it's primarily brought on by steady consuming of alcohol.
"There can be no signal of the illness on the beginning stage, and it is going to be recognized solely after 80% of the liver is broken. Even after spending lakhs of rupees and changing the liver, there isn't any assure that the illness has been cured absolutely," he stated.
"The Tamil Nadu authorities earns greater than Rs 22,000 crore yearly by way of liquor gross sales, however the quantity households spend to remedy the injury brought on by liquor is a number of occasions extra," he stated.
Based on statistics, greater than two lakh individuals die as a consequence of liquor-related illnesses within the state yearly, he stated and demanded that the federal government shut all Tasmac outlets and impose complete prohibition within the state.