Mandsaur: Cases of poisonous liquor are increasing day by day. Now, in these cases, the police in Mandsaur district have admitted that eight people have died so far. Let me tell you all that earlier this number was seven though now it is eight. According to reports, a woman has also lost her eyesight after consuming poisonous liquor in Pipliamandi. Ramprasad Gayari was reportedly died on July 24 after consuming poisonous liquor at Village Gurbheli near Piplia Mandi in Mandsaur. In this case, Jagdish Saini resident Khatyakhedi, a missing operator who sold liquor to the police, made a statement saying, "I also sold liquor to Ramprasad Gayari of Gurbheli.''
The administration has since assumed the death toll to eight and a total of 11 accused have been framed so far. Eight arrests have been made so far in the case. A reward of 10,000 rupees each has also been announced for the remaining three absconding accused. According to the information received, a woman in Pipliamandi has also lost her eyesight. In fact, on April 24, her neighbor had brought a quarter of indigenous liquor from the Pipliamandi contract and now the police have recorded the statements of the woman.
On the other hand, Kalka Prasad and Rohit, who are in the custody of Sanawad police in Khandwa in connection with a fake English liquor case, have revealed the name of Shyam Singh of Indore. Shyam Singh is said to have been nabbed by the Sanawad police. In fact, It was Shyam Singh who provided Kalka with fake liquor. On the other way, after questioning the accused in the Indore liquor case in Burhanpur and checking the hologram and batch number, it has come to light that bottles containing poisonous liquor were not sent from Burhanpur.