Police say the demise toll in northern India from tainted bootleg liquor has risen to 79 individuals.

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Uttar Pradesh state police officer Ashok Kumar stated Monday that 49 individuals died in two separate incidents in that state whereas 30 individuals who consumed a poisonous brew in neighboring Uttarakhand state additionally died.

Publish mortems discovered that the liquor contained methanol, generally known as wooden alcohol, a chemical that assaults the central nervous system.

Uttar Pradesh authorities spokesman Awanish Awasthi stated greater than 3,000 individuals have been arrested in a drive towards tainted liquor since Feb. 9.

Bootleg liquor operations flourish in rural India, the place many individuals cannot afford to purchase alcohol from state-approved retailers.

Producers typically combine liquor with low cost chemical substances to extend efficiency and revenue.

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