Rajasthan Hooch Tragedy: 4 Dead, 6 Others Fall Ill After Consuming Poisonous Liquor in Bharatpur

According to a tweet by ANI, the incident has been reported from Bharatpur’s Roopwas police station limits. As soon as the incident was reported, a probe was launched by the local police. DM Bharatpur was quoted by ANI saying that the post mortem of the dead bodies is underway.

January 13, 2021

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New Delhi, January 13: As many as four people have lost their lives while six people have taken ill after consuming poisonous liquor in Rajasthan. According to a tweet by ANI, the incident has been reported from Bharatpur’s Roopwas police station limits. As soon as the incident was reported, a probe was launched by the local police. DM Bharatpur was quoted by ANI saying that the post mortem of the dead bodies is underway. The official added that a Police team and administration were the spot for investigation into the case.

Rajasthan Hooch Tragedy: 4 Dead, 6 Others Fall Ill After Consuming Poisonous Liquor in Bharatpur’s Roopwas

The incident comes a day after at least 16 people were killed in Rajasthan’s neighbouring state Madhya Pradesh. The victims who lost their lives due to the consumption of spurious liquor belong to two villages of Morena district of Madhya Pradesh. Apart from the 16 dead, more than 10 people are in critical condition and undergoing treatment at Morena and Gwalior hospitals. Cheif Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan government ordered the removal of the Morena Collector and the district Superintendent of Police.

Here’s the tweet:

Madhya Pradesh Hooch Tragedy: 10, Dead, 7 Hospitalised After Consuming Poisonous Liquor Morena District; Investigation Ordered

On January 8, a similar incident was reported from Uttar Pradesh where  five people lost their lives while 16 other people were hospitalised after consuming liquor. According to a tweet by ANI, the hooch tragedy was reported from  Bulandshahr. Following the incident, three police personnel including the station incharge were suspended from their services.

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