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At least 34 Indians perish from poisonous alcohol.

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Officials in Tamil Nadu reported 34 deaths from poisonous bootleg alcohol.
Several Kallakuruchi locals were ill after drinking alcohol on Tuesday night.
At least 80 people are being hospitalized in hospitals for severe diarrhoea, and officials believe the death toll could climb.
Two have been arrested and a bigger investigation is ongoing.
A senior police official and ten personnel of the state’s prohibition enforcement wing, which oversees alcohol smuggling, were suspended for negligence.
Bootleg whiskey from backstreet distilleries kills dozens of Indians each year.
Bootleggers add methanol, a poisonous alcohol used as an anti-freeze, to their combination to strengthen it.
Methanol, even in small amounts, can cause blindness, liver damage, and death.
The News Minute website reports that the accused sold the mixture in packages in Kallakuruchi to a local seller.
The deadly alcohol of Tamil NaduANI
Family members say they rushed sick victims to the hospital.

Alcohol caused dizziness, headaches, vomiting, nausea, stomach discomfort, and eye irritation, sending drinkers to the hospital.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has promised 1m rupees ($12,000; £9,425) to families of the deceased and 50,000 rupees to hospitalized victims.
“The criminals were arrested. The officials who failed to prevent it were also punished “X (previously Twitter) said.
Opposition parties have criticized the state administration for failing to reduce harmful alcohol.
BJP state president K Annamalai remarked, “The deaths caused by illicit liquor in the past two years under the DMK [Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam] regime have decelerated Tamil Nadu by four decades, taking us back to the 1980s.”


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