Bihar: Four people died due to suspected spurious liquor in Bihar. Patna News – Times of India

A state in Eastern India Sharif: Four people have died after allegedly consuming spurious liquor at the headquarters of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s home district Nalanda.
The deceased, all of them are in the age group of 50-55 years Chhoti Pahari and Pahar Talli area of ​​Sohsarai police station area. Their families have claimed that they consumed alcohol late on Friday night, fell ill and died.
Bihar Sharif Sub-Divisional Officer Kumar Anurag, who met the members of the bereaved family, insisted that “drinking of alcohol will be confirmed only after the post-mortem”.
The sale and consumption of alcohol was banned in Bihar in April 2016, although its effectiveness has always been questionable.
Last year, around Diwali, spurious liquor tragedies took the lives of more than 40 people in four districts.
one of these districts was West Champaran And about a lewd remark by a JD(U) spokesperson on Friday Sanjay JaiswalThe local MP later reacted strongly, who is also the state BJP president.
Jaiswal came up with a lengthy Facebook post claiming that he took the attack as coming from the chief minister’s party as his opponent Abhishek Jha was the official spokesperson of the JD(U).
Jaiswal said he was in favor of a “review” of the law against liquor, which may have been done with good intentions, but its implementation has brought bad name to the state.
He claimed to have personal knowledge of several instances in which people from other states had to suffer for carrying liquor, though they were passing only through Bihar.
Jaiswal had raised serious questions on the role of the police in the shoddy implementation of the prohibition law and said that a provision of rigorous imprisonment of 10 years should be made for men in uniform found indulging in the illicit liquor business.