Now isnt this taking things a bit too far.
Alcohol consumers from across Kerala have come together to form the All Kerala Liquor Consumers’ Welfare Association.
Its a tall order on most counts asking for liquor through ration shops, bar homes where people can have a drink without police harassment, pension for the liquor consumer’s family, no dry days and a crackdown on adulteration of liquor.
“Earlier we used to get country liquor for Rs 10. We would get intoxicated and be happy. Now even if we pay Rs 200, we don’t get a kick. What sort of liquor is that? It is not good at all,” said Adinad Sashi, President, All Kerala Liquor Consumers’ Welfare Associaion.