Amar Ujala Network, Aligarh
Published by: Shahrukh Khan
Updated Sun, 30 May 2021 09:52 PM IST
There have been 11 more deaths from Friday night to Saturday afternoon. In this way, the figure of the dead has reached 67 in three days. At the same time, the Aligarh police has taken into custody the prize money of 50 thousand Vipin Yadav.
Aligarh Poisonous Liquor Scandal
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The poisonous liquor in Aligarh district has not stopped. The sequence of deaths of sick people due to drinking alcohol continued in hospitals for the third day on Sunday. At the same time, Vipin Yadav, a prize of 50 thousand, has been taken into custody by the Aligarh Police. The police is questioning Vipin. At the same time, a crackdown campaign will be carried out on his spotlight.
Let us tell you that there are 11 more deaths from Friday night to Saturday afternoon. In this way, the figure of the dead has reached 67 in three days. More than a dozen people are currently hospitalized. No official confirmation has been made by the district administration till noon on the figures of deaths. MLC Manvendra Pratap Singh, who came to the post-mortem center in the afternoon, definitely accepted the fact that 65 deaths have occurred so far.
On Sunday, the police has sent four people to jail in this case. At the same time, the police have taken the three-year police custodial remand of the Chief Leader RLD leader Anil Chaudhary and a contractor Narendra Singh who were arrested after the incident and the questioning is going on.
Among the deaths on Sunday, those of Tappal’s Jattari, Usarah, Pissawa’s Shadipur, Jawan and Gabbhana area are included. Here, BJP MP Satish Gautam, who arrived at the post-mortem center in this case to express condolences to the dead, asked the authorities to remove the post-mortem center in-charge pharmacist, accusing them of indecency from the families of the dead, after which the in-charge pharmacist Ravikant Dixit Call was taken from the post mortem center.
Four police teams will break the back of liquor smugglers
SSP Kalanidhi Naithani has formed four separate teams led by the four Additional Superintendents of Police of the district. These teams will work to break the back of the accused and other rackets of liquor smuggling. The four teams have been assigned different responsibilities.