Indian states fight each other for “juice hug”

The famous Halai Chandra Das invented ‘Juasi Ghali’ in 1868, Bengal government: Photos: File
The famous Halai Chandra Das invented ‘Juasi Ghali’ in 1868, Bengal government: Photos: File
Kolkata: In the Subcontinent Pakhindi India is a sweet choice of millions of people, “But Juice”, but this sweets has created tension in the two states of West Bengal and Orissa, and the court has tied to the court.
According to the foreign news agency, controversy regarding ‘Juasi Ghali’ came into view in 2015 when Prasad Kumar of Science and Technology Minister of Orissa said in his statement that ‘Juasi Ghalla’ has been in the state for 600 years.
Bengal’s Minister for Interior Abdul Razzaq Mullah says that the claim is false and unconstitutional, Orissa’s claim is ‘Juasi Gul’ purely Bengali and on this claim the Bengal government has decided to go to the court, he said that the ‘juice hug’ The application is filed in court to bring the facts of invention, which include facts of ‘Juice Throat’ geographical birth.

The Bengal government says that well known novel Naban Chandra Das had invented ‘Juasi Ghali’ in 1868, while the Chief Minister of Bengal Mamata Banerjee also expressed the desire to make ‘Juasi Ghali’ a Honorable Ambassador to Bengal.
On the other hand, the Orissa government claims in its view that ‘Juasi Ghalla’ was first invented in their coastal area ‘whole’, whose first name was ‘Kharmmona’ which was later named ‘First Juasi Ghalla’. Famous
It is clear that in 2015, the Orissa government launched a campaign on social media via the name of Orissa invention, after which it was a social media preliminary and ultimately, the Bengal government and Orissa would decide to go to the court in this regard

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