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Police said that this liquor was sold to MBBS students of the medical college. The police have arrested two people, including the in-charge of the mess hall, in this case.
Muzaffarpur district of Bihar (MuzaffarpurSri Krishna Medical College and Hospital located at (shri krishna medical collegePolice recovered 51 liters of illicit liquor by raiding the mess hall ofBihar Police recovered illegal liquor) has. Police has given this information. Ahiyapur Police Station President Nitesh Kumar told on Sunday that the said mess hall which is mainly for MBBS students of medical college. There, raids were conducted on receiving information about illegal sale of liquor in Tetrapack and 51 liters of illicit liquor has been recovered. He said that two people including the in-charge of the said mess hall have been arrested and further investigation is on.
Nitesh Kumar, SHO of Ahiyapur police station said that illegal liquor business was going on in the mess hall of Shri Krishna Medical College in Muzaffarpur district. Police raided here and recovered 51 liters of liquor. He told that the police had received information that liquor was being sold illegally in tetrapacks in the mess hall.
Liquor was sold to MBBS students
He also said that raids were conducted on receiving information that liquor was being sold illegally in tetrapacks in the mess hall. As soon as the information was received, the police raided the spot and recovered illegal liquor. The SHO said that this liquor was mainly sold to MBBS students of medical colleges. He further informed that two people including the in-charge of the mess hall have been arrested in this case and further investigation is on.
More than 50 people died due to drinking spurious liquor in 6 months
It is noteworthy that the sale and consumption of liquor has been completely banned in Bihar since April 2016. However, apart from the frequent seizure of smuggled liquor from other states, in the last six months, the state has reportedly recovered 50 lakhs of smuggled liquor. More people have died.
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