Toxic alcohol kills 93 in India, hundreds hospitalized

Several people in India died after drinking poisonous liquor

Several people in India died after drinking poisonous liquor

At least 51 tea plantation workers have died so far from drinking toxic bootleg liquor near Salmara tea estate with several hospitalised in Golaghat, Assam.

The death toll from the liquor poisoning in India's northeastern Assam state has risen to at least 98, with some reports putting the number even higher.

In Assam, bootleg liquor production and consumption is usually found in and around the state's tea plantations where it is consumed by poorly-paid laborers.

"The people came to the hospital with severe vomiting, extreme chest pain and breathlessness", Ratul Bordoloi, a doctor said.

The state government has ordered two separate inquiries into the incident.

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Almost 100 people in the Indian state of Assam have died after drinking contaminated bootleg liquor.

The victims, many of them women, worked at local tea estates in the Golaghat district.

Four more died in Titabor Subdivision Hospital in Jorhat district, he said.

Besides, the Director of Medical Education Anup Barman, directors of Health, Assam and the National Rural Health Mission will be stationed in Jorhat to supervise and coordinate services being provided to patients, the minister had said on Saturday.

Fifty-five people were taken to hospital after the alcohol was consumed, and many were already dead by the time they arrived.

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Bootleg liquor is cheap, powerful and widely available in India, making it a popular option for those who can not afford the alcohol sold at state-licensed outlets.

"I had bought half a litre of wine and drank it before eating".

Illegal liquor can be deadly "when other liquids like rubbing alcohol or methanol are added to the distilled spirit", enabling sellers to increase the amount of liquid and its potential potency, according to SafeProof, a group that lobbies against counterfeit alcohol. "More patients were admitted when I was here", he said.

Police said 12 persons have been detained in Golaghat for interrogation.

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