Bharatpur Hooch Tragedy: 7 Dead, 5 Battling for Life After Consuming Spurious Liquor; Govt Cracks Whip


    Bharatpur Hooch Catastrophe: 7 Dead, 5 Battling for Life After Consuming Spurious Liquor; Govt Cracks Whip

    3 more individuals, taken ill after taking in spurious alcohol in Bharatpur, passed away in a healthcare facility there, raising the variety of the death toll in the disaster to 7 and prompting the government to suspend numerous authorities for their failure to check the production and sale of the fatal brew. While taking strict action over the disaster, the federal government likewise chose to get the case probed by the divisional commissioner.

    The government also revealed financial assistance of Rs 2 lakh each to the families of the deceased and Rs 50,000 to those taken ill. The fatal drink, which declared seven lives till now, has also left five individuals battling for their lives, said officials, including three individuals have actually been jailed in the case.

    7 persons have actually passed away up until now after consuming hooch whereas treatment of five others is going on in a health center, Bharatpur District Collector Nathmal Didel stated. The five undergoing treatment are in critical condition, he included.

    3 persons have been apprehended under different sections of the Rajasthan Excise Act, he included. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday decided to take strict action versus the worried officials of Import tax, Enforcement, Administration and Authorities departments.

    A federal government representative said Bharatpur’s district import tax officer, assistant excise officer and enforcement officer besides the patrolling duty officer of Bayana Import tax authorities station and the import tax inspector have been suspended. Likewise, the whole staff of the Roopwas Import tax Enforcement police headquarters has likewise been suspended. Besides the excise authorities, Assistant Sub Inspector Mohan Singh of Roopwas police headquarters and two constables too have been suspended.

    Chief Minister Gehlot likewise bought the removal of the Roopwas SDM Lalit Meena and put him under “waited for posting order”. The chief minister expressed deep sorrow over the occurrence and has advised the Bharatpur divisional commissioner to probe the whole case. He likewise decided to provide financial assistance of Rs 2 lakh to the households of each of the departed and Rs 50,000 to each of individuals taken ill, the representative said.

    Gehlot also asked officials to take strict action versus to prevent smuggling, manufacture and sale of the liquor and launch an extensive campaign in all inter-state border locations of the state to inspect the smuggling.


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