He has additionally introduced an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh every to the households of the deceased, most of whom are from Tarn Taran, which accounts for 63 deaths, adopted by Amritsar Rural 12 and Gurdaspur (Batala) 11.
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“Strict action will be taken against any public servant or others found complicit in the case,” mentioned Amarinder, describing the police and excise division failure to test the manufacturing and sale of spurious liquor as shameful. Nobody might be allowed to get away with feeding poison to our individuals, he added.
I’ve ordered a magisterial enquiry into suspected spurious liquor deaths in Amritsar, Gurdaspur and Tarn Taran. C… https://t.co/RJsdV0UGu4
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The chief minister warned these indulging in spurious liquor enterprise to cease instantly or face grave penalties.
He mentioned he had directed the police to hint the culprits and cost all of the individuals concerned within the case, wherein he had on Friday ordered a magisterial inquiry by a divisional commissioner.
“Such illegal acts are not acceptable,” the chief minister mentioned, asserting that the life of each single Punjabi was valuable and he wouldn’t let individuals die to the greed of some criminals.