7 labourers died in Ujjain, CM Shivraj orders inquiry

Oct 15 2020 02:06 PM
7 labourers died in Ujjain, CM Shivraj orders inquiry

Bhopal: Seven labourers have been killed in three police station areas of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh from Wednesday morning till evening. It is believed that the death of these labourers has been caused by drinking poisonous liquor. However, the confirmation in this regard has been said after the post mortem report comes. No confirmation has been made so far. As soon as the case comes to the fore, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has ordered an inquiry. The cause of death in this case is reported to be unknown.

In the news that has come to the fore, it is said that these labourers used to buy cheap liquor from Kaharwari area. It is also reported that the bodies of two labourers were found on the footpath of Chhatri Chowk Sarai at 7 am on Wednesday morning. After getting their bodies, two more labourers were found to be in a state of unconsciousness, who were taken to the hospital. In this case, police say Nagda Niwas Vijay alias Krishna (41) and Piploda Bagla resident Shankarlal (40) died. In addition, the police also said that Shankar Lal worked on a salon and both drank alcohol every day. In addition, police said, Dani Gate resident Babulu (40) and Chhatri Chowk Sarai resident Badri Lal (65) were found unconscious.

Both told the police about drinking the Jhinjhar and both died in the evening. After these cases, the body of 45-year-old Dinesh Joshi was found near Madhav Goshala at 7 pm. The police have also found that he was addicted to liquor. In the evening, the Begumbagh resident of Mahakal police station, Pir Shah (45), died in the hospital and then found the body of an 85-year-old elderly from the parking lot of Chhatri Chowk. The police is now engaged in the investigation in the case.

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