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Liquor shop opened in Saudi, is it sold in Iran also?

There was a strict ban on drinking alcohol in Iran since 1979. Punishment was also fixed for this. According to which, if any person violates this rule, he can be punished with whipping as well as jail. Despite this, people are consuming poisonous liquor here.

Liquor shops are now going to open in Saudi Arabia. The first liquor shop will be opened in the capital Riyadh. This will be the first time in 72 years that liquor will be sold in this Islamic country. However, it is being told that this liquor will be sold only to non-Muslim diplomats. Common people will not be able to consume alcohol.

In another Islamic country, Iran, drinking and selling of alcohol is completely banned. Despite this, people are consuming liquor brought there illegally. In 1979, a strict ban was imposed on drinking alcohol in Iran. Punishment was also fixed for this. According to which, if a person violates this rule, he can be punished with whipping as well as jail. However, before this there was no ban on alcohol in Iran.

Ban on sale of alcohol in Iran

Despite the ban on alcohol, people are still drinking alcohol in Iran. Which is directly affecting their health. It is being told that liquor business is being done secretly in Iran and these liquor mafias also have relations with the Iranian government. Last year, around October 2023, about 300 people became seriously ill due to poisonous liquor. 40 people had died there. In such a situation, the question arises that even after the ban, how is liquor being provided to the people in this Islamic country.

People are drinking methyl alcohol in the name of alcohol

In such a situation, it is clear that even though a ban has been imposed on liquor, this ban is not working at the ground level. It is being told that people in Iran are being given methyl alcohol in the name of alcohol, which is having a very bad effect on their health. Some have lost their eyesight while others have to face other kinds of problems.

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