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‘Saharanpur victims had gone to Haridwar, consumed liquor there’


Four extra other people died on Thursday and the toll touched 8 through Friday morning. At least, four others are present process remedy at a district sanatorium and so they admitted purchasing liquor from a local vendor at a village fair on banks of the Gandak. Those who died, police mentioned, also bought liquor from the same vendor. Though members of the family claimed illicit liquor was once distilled and bought through a local resident, Dudhnath, underneath the logo identify Crazy Romeo, police insist hooch was once smuggled from Gopalganj in Bihar through one Rajendra Jaiswal, who was once arrested on Friday.

Saral Nishad, whose son Heera Lal, 35, died after eating spurious liquor informed NewsTread over phone that it’s well known that accused Dudhnath has been manufacturing and promoting illicit liquor for a number of years now. “He has machines for blending methyl and ethyl at house,” he mentioned. Another native resident, Sugriv, mentioned his father Awadh Nishad also took unwell after eating liquor bought through Dudhnath and later died. “Dudhnath put out a liquor stall on ‘Mauni Amavasya’ on village outskirts on February four and five and all those that took unwell or died had bought bottles of Crazy Romeo from him,” he mentioned. However, additional commissioner (excise) O P Arya mentioned in Kushinagar hooch was once being smuggled from bordering Bihar whilst in Saharanpur all victims had gone to Haridwar on Mauni Amavasiya and fed on liquor there. Superintendent of Police (SP), Kushinagar, Rajeev Mishra mentioned police arrested one Rajendra Jaiswal after he confessed to have supplied spurious liquor to victims. He denied involvement of Dudhnath in the incident and claimed probably the most victims, Ram Vriksha, had bought spurious liquor to victims after buying it from the Bihar bootlegger, Rajendra Jaiswal. State police leader (DGP) OP Singh mentioned IGs of each district ranges had been asked to probe the incident and publish a record for further motion.




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