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Consumption of spurious liquor causes death of twelve people

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Lucknow: Another hooch tragedy took place in Uttar Pradesh’s Barabanki district where twelve people of different villages died after consuming poisonous alcohol. According to sources twelve people died out of which four were from same family. This toll can increase further.

As per speculations, ten people died on Monday night out of which four were from same family. People were unaware about this incident until it was not revealed by Lekhpal, Sadar Badel, on Tuesday.

He told to media persons that eight persons died after consuming spurious liquor in Ramnagar police station area of Barabanki, some 40 km from state capital Lucknow.

 

Spurious liquor, Hooch tragedy, Poisonous alcohol, Barabanki, Ramnagar, Saharanpur, Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, Regional news, Crime news

 

This incident reminded us of hooch tragedy which took place recently in February at Saharanpur and Kushinagar districts, where 116 people were found dead.

According to sources, three people were admitted to local Hospital in critical condition. But soon after their admission one of them died. This toll is likely to rise further in coming time period.

As per our knowledge, victims were from different villages under Ramnagar police station area of Barabanki. According to information provided by local sources, villagers bought country made liquor from a shop whose owner’s name is Danvir Singh. He is from Raniganj area.

 

After consuming spurious liquor at-least twelve people lost lives in Barabanki:

 

Just after consuming Alcohol, they complained about Cholera-like symptoms and also stomachache. Suffers straightaway rushed to Community Health Centre (CHC) so that patients could be referred to district hospital. But before that, four people died during treatment.

As our Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath came to know about hooch tragedy, he issued instructions to DM Barabanki, Udaibhan Tripathi to provide proper medical attention to victims. He directed Principal Secretary Excise, to carry out high-level probe so that Culprit could be booked.

 

Spurious liquor, Hooch tragedy, Poisonous alcohol, Barabanki, Ramnagar, Saharanpur, Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, Regional news, Crime news

 

At same time, UP excise minister Jai Pratap Singh suspend Brabanki District Excise Officer Shiv Narayan Dubey, excise inspector Ram Teerath Maurya, three head constables and five constables of excise department were positioned in circle.

After taking action against district police officials, UP DGP OP Singh suspended Ramnagar circle officer Pawan Gautam and Ramnagar inspector Rajesh Kumar for being careless in checking sale of spurious liquor in area.

Four people who died belonged to one family. Three of them – Ramesh Kumar, 35, Sonu, 25 and Mukesh, 28 – were siblings. Fourth one was their father who also died after consuming liquor with sons. “There is no one left in the family to take the mortal remains of deceased for cremation,” said deceased Ramesh’s wife Ramawati.

 

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Shyam Ramsay passes away at 67 in Mumbai

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Mumbai:  Shyam Ramsay, one of the seven Ramsay Brothers known for cult horror films such as ‘Puraani Haveli’ and ‘Tahkhana’, died in a hospital on Wednesday, his family said. He was 67. Shyam died of pneumonia at a city-based hospital.

Shyam Ramsay was considered the brain behind the group, he directed films such as ‘Darwaza’, ‘Purana Mandir’ and ‘Veerana’. He was also responsible for ‘The Zee horror show’, ‘Saturday Suspense’, ‘X Zone’ and ‘Nagin’.

The origins of the horror empire set up by the band of brothers can be traced back to a modest radio shop in Karachi in undivided India.

The shop’s proprietor, Fatehchand U Ramsinghani, had relocated to Mumbai after Partition and decided to get into the business of film production.

The Ramsay Brothers, for the longest time ruled the horror genre in Indian cinema with low-budget movies in the 1970s and 1980s. The films were widely popular for their unique mix of horror and erotica.

The last rites will be held at Vile Parle crematorium on Wednesday. Shyam Ramsay is survived by two daughters Sasha and Namrata.

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