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Three lifeless, Seven in poor health after consuming spurious liquor in Bihar

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SIWAN: At least three folks died and 7 others have been taken in poor health after allegedly consuming spurious liquor in Bhopatpur sub-division of Siwan district of “dry” Bihar, officers stated on Monday.

According to an announcement issued by the district administration, 10 folks have been admitted to the district hospital in Siwan at round 7 pm on Sunday after they complained of abdomen ache, nausea and dizziness.

“While one person was declared brought dead by the doctors of the Siwan hospital , two persons died when they were taken to Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH). Seven people are presently admitted at the district hospital in Siwan”, the assertion stated.

Locals stated many among the many seven, who fell in poor health, are in a critical situation . Sale and consumption of liquor is banned in Bihar since April 2016.

The district administration stated that the autopsy studies of the deceased would confirm the precise reason for demise.

“A team of security personnel have already been deployed in the area. The police station concerned has registered a case and is investigating the matter. Twelve people have so far been arrested in connection with the case”, the assertion stated.

In December final 12 months, spurious liquor allegedly claimed the lives of round 50 folks in Saran district.

The incident had triggered a political slugfest within the Bihar Assembly, with opposition leaders mounting a robust assault on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over the repeated incidents of spurious liquor deaths.

The BJP then claimed that over 100 deaths occurred as a result of consumption of spurious liquor in Saran.

SIWAN: At least three folks died and 7 others have been taken in poor health after allegedly consuming spurious liquor in Bhopatpur sub-division of Siwan district of “dry” Bihar, officers stated on Monday.

According to an announcement issued by the district administration, 10 folks have been admitted to the district hospital in Siwan at round 7 pm on Sunday after they complained of abdomen ache, nausea and dizziness.

“While one person was declared brought dead by the doctors of the Siwan hospital , two persons died when they were taken to Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH). Seven people are presently admitted at the district hospital in Siwan”, the assertion stated.

Locals stated many among the many seven, who fell in poor health, are in a critical situation . Sale and consumption of liquor is banned in Bihar since April 2016.

The district administration stated that the autopsy studies of the deceased would confirm the precise reason for demise.

“A team of security personnel have already been deployed in the area. The police station concerned has registered a case and is investigating the matter. Twelve people have so far been arrested in connection with the case”, the assertion stated.

In December final 12 months, spurious liquor allegedly claimed the lives of round 50 folks in Saran district.

The incident had triggered a political slugfest within the Bihar Assembly, with opposition leaders mounting a robust assault on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar over the repeated incidents of spurious liquor deaths.

The BJP then claimed that over 100 deaths occurred as a result of consumption of spurious liquor in Saran.