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Lottery and gambling menace

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kingsukh
kingsukh
A right-wing individual.

While wandering on the streets of any city, one can find men selling numbered tickets i.e., lottery. Nowadays it is a dime a dozen. In our country, especially the economically weaker section spends a handsome portion of their earnings on the lottery (a foul means to prosper) and on country liquor. I beseech the incumbent government and agencies concerned to create awareness among the mass regarding the matter. These brethren need to be educated so that they don’t fall into the trap of a vicious circle of gambling.

Gambling that existed aeons ago is still prevailing in the society and this needs to be jettisoned by people. Prima facie it lures you and then makes you an addict. Rarely you will find people becoming rich out of it; most of the time they become impecunious. Stringent measures have to be taken by the bureaucrats to cure this menace. Education or fundamental knowledge will help us in the long run to cast off such evil practices.

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