16 Dead At Village In Bihar Allegedly After Consuming Spurious Liquor

The sale and consumption of liquor in Bihar have been utterly banned in April 2016 (Representational)

Bettiah, Bihar:

At least 16 folks have died at a village in Bihar over the previous few days, in a suspected case of alcohol poisoning in a state that had handed the prohibition regulation six years in the past.

According to a press release issued by the administration of West Champaran district, headquartered in Bettiah, relations of 4 victims have confirmed the consumption of liquor previous to loss of life.

Two individuals apparently died of some sickness – paperwork produced by relations urged, whereas the households of 10 others have been non-committal concerning the attainable reason for loss of life.

Eight folks died on Thursday whereas eight others have been reported on the next day.

Five individuals, together with the 22-year-old son of Thag Sah, who is claimed to be concerned within the commerce of illicit liquor, have been arrested in reference to an FIR that was registered on the idea of statements given by a relative of 36-year-old Mumtaz Miyan, who’s present process remedy at a non-public hospital after he fell unwell after consuming the spurious liquor.

The sale and consumption of liquor within the state have been utterly banned by the Nitish Kumar authorities in April 2016.

The state has enacted a stringent prohibition regulation which incorporates penal motion towards anybody if alcohol is recovered from their premises.

According to the assertion issued by the administration, an attraction has been made by District Magistrate Kundan Kumar to the villagers to “come out and share all information without fear” close to the “mysterious” deaths.

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