Death in Bhilwara, 4 people died due to consumption of poisonous liquor

Bhilwara: Poisonous liquor took away the lives of 4 people in Kheda village of Saran under Mandalgarh police station area of Bhilwara district of Rajasthan. While the health of 5 people worsened, he has been admitted to Mahatma Gandhi Hospital for treatment in critical condition. At the same time, due to the death of 4 people, weeds have died in Kheda village of Saran.

Among the dead are Hazari Bairwa, Sardar Bhat, and Daleel Singh, including a woman Satudi Kanjar. At the same time, two women treated in the hospital include Neetu Kanwar, Manju Kanwar along with Ladu Singh, Bhoom Singh, and Gulla Kanjar. Among those who died, Daleel Singh Rajput has married 3 months ago on 29 November 2020. Please tell that during the Lok Sabha elections on May 6, 2004, 7 people died and 5 people lost their eyesight due to drinking poisonous liquor in Kanwalias village of Gulabpura police station area of the district.

On November 18, 2008, 4 people died due to drinking poisonous liquor in Amargarh, Mandal police station area. On January 21 of this month, a case was registered to recover 3 liters of raw liquor from the Excise Department Laxman Kanjar in Kheda Kanjar Colony of Saran. Let us know that after the death of poisonous liquor in Bharatpur, the then CM campaigned on its prohibition, but due to the immediate action of the Excise Department, liquor is still being sold unabated.

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