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After allegedly consuming toxic liquor, at least 86 people have died in several districts of Punjab. This prompted Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to order a high-level probe. Four accused have been arrested in the case. Seven excise and six police officers have been suspended. Directions had been issued to the Punjab Police to go after those who had stored, transported and supplied the spurious liquor to bootleggers. As the death toll kept rising, bodies continued to arrive at the Tarn Taran Civil Hospital till late Friday evening. However, due to insufficient arrangements at the hospital, bodies of the deceased had to be kept on the floor after the autopsy. This created an outrage amidst the family members, activists of the Jamhoori Kisan Sabha and local Akali leaders. Protests took place to condemn this unethical practice, soon after which Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh had agreed to a compensation of Rs 2 lakh for the families of the deceased. Meanwhile, the Amritsar (Rural) police have booked Dehati Mazdoor Sabha’s general secretary Gurnam Singh Daood and 50 others for holding a protest in violation of the Epidemic Diseases Act, Disaster Management Act and the lockdown curbs.#नरक #liquor #drinks #cocktails #alcohol #bar #cocktail #beer #wine #bartender #whiskey #whisky #vodka #thirsty #drinking #rum #gin #mixologist #spirits #cheers #party #tequila #bhfyp #punjabi #punjab #india #chandigarh #pollywood #canada #amritsar

@farak.official, Farak, After allegedly consuming toxic liquor, at least 86 people have died in several districts of Punjab. This prompted Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to order a high-level probe. Four accused have been arrested in the case. Seven excise and six police officers have been suspended. Directions had been issued to the Punjab Police to go after those who had stored, transported and supplied the spurious liquor to bootleggers. As the death toll kept rising, bodies continued to arrive at the Tarn Taran Civil Hospital till late Friday evening. However, due to insufficient arrangements at the hospital, bodies of the deceased had to be kept on the floor after the autopsy. This created an outrage amidst the family members, activists of the Jamhoori Kisan Sabha and local Akali leaders. Protests took place to condemn this unethical practice, soon after which Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh had agreed to a compensation of Rs 2 lakh for the families of the deceased. Meanwhile, the Amritsar (Rural) police have booked Dehati Mazdoor Sabha’s general secretary Gurnam Singh Daood and 50 others for holding a protest in violation of the Epidemic Diseases Act, Disaster Management Act and the lockdown curbs. #नरक #liquor #drinks #cocktails #alcohol #bar #cocktail #beer #wine #bartender #whiskey #whisky #vodka #thirsty #drinking #rum #gin #mixologist #spirits #cheers #party #tequila #bhfyp #punjabi #punjab #india #chandigarh #pollywood #canada #amritsar
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