Bhind. In Madhya Pradesh’s Bhind district, 3 lives have been lost due to spurious liquor so far, due to which the SP has suspended 2 police station in-charges. The whole matter is of Indurkhi village of Raun police station area of the district. Here, three days ago, two real brothers had died under suspicious circumstances, in which there was a possibility of death due to spurious liquor. But last night another youth, Pappu Jatav, died on the way to the hospital under suspicious circumstances.
It is being told that the deceased Pappu Jatav also drank alcohol last night. Pappu was being taken to the hospital due to stomach ache, where he died on the way. On the other hand, Bhind superintendent of police Shailendra Singh Chauhan, Raun have suspended station in-charge Uday Bhan Singh Yadav and city Kotwali police station in-charge Rajkumar Sharma and five jawans posted at Indurkhi outpost beat.
According to the Superintendent of Police, in the past, after the illegal liquor factory was caught near Swatantra Nagar of Kotwali area of Bhind city, information was coming that the same liquor had reached Indurkhi village of Raun police station area, due to which three deaths were reported. .
Although the post-mortem report has confirmed the poison, but the dead bodies have been sent to Sagar Lab for examination to test the spurious liquor. The situation will be clear only after investigation. According to sources, the deceased real brothers Manish Jatav and Chhotu Jatav had come to pack illegal liquor being made in the independent city of Bhind.
Recently, the case of a liquor factory caught in Swatantra Nagar had caught a lot of attention. The police station in-charge of the countryside and the city Kotwali were seen putting the matter in each other’s court. At present, the police is tracing the area where the liquor is being made in the case. If sources are to be believed, the deceased were involved in illegal liquor business, due to which the relatives are not talking about any kind of liquor case.
first published:Jan. 17, 2022, 8:31 p.m.