Around 85 people died by inauthentic Liquor in Mumbai


MUMBAI: According to report around more than 84 people have died in the Mumbai by inauthentic liquor today. While another 12 people are suffering by critical in hospitals; the victims had consumed inauthentic liquor on Wednesday night. The incident happen at Laxmi Nagar slum in Malwani area.

Francis Thomas D’mello and Salim Mahboob, both residents of nearby area where inauthentic liquor was being sold have been arrested. Earlier, Police had arrested Raju Hanmanta Pascar, Donald Robert Patel and Gautam Harte those were involve in this case.

They were produced before a Court, which remanded them to police custody till June 26. Police has collected samples of inauthentic liquor and sent them for analysis where 8 police were suspended which the case is being handled by the Crime Branch.

According to Mumbai Police Dhananjay Kulkarni’s report told that senior police inspector along with seven other personnel, including three officers and four constables, have been suspended for connivance/negligence”.

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had ordered an inquiry into the incident on Thursday night and instructed officers to submit the report within two days.

The five accused have been booked under sections 304, 328 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code.