Seven die after consuming poisonous liquor in Rahim Yar Khan

Four of the deceased pass away in Liaquatpur hospital while two die in a hospital in Bahawalpur.


Web Desk July 26, 2014

RAHIM YAR KHAN: Seven people died after consuming poisonous liquor in Rahim Yar Khan, Express News reported on Saturday.

Four of the deceased passed away in Liaquatpur hospital while the two others died in a hospital in Bahawalpur.

Six of the deceased were identified as Abbas, Amin, Shaukat, Ashiq Hussain, Ilyas and Muhammad Iqbal. They were all residents of Kachi Mandi.

According to reports, they purchased the liquor from a man named Arjun Syal.

COMMENTS (6)

Reality Check | 7 years ago | Reply

Even in countries that allow alcohol and cheap alcohol at that there are always home brews. Alcohol just doesnt kill from being poisonous in all countries where it is legal many loose their lives to drunk drivers and other alcohol related deaths. It is not fair and rather stupid to blame everything on the government. Alcohol is banned by Islam if you have a problem with it you all have the option of leaving the country and residing in one that allows alcohol to be consumed legally albeit if you call yourself a muslim it would never be legal for you.

ishrat salim | 7 years ago | Reply

@Sun: Without official permission or legalizing this issue, one can find hundreds of alcohols anywhere in Pakistan, if you can afford it....this is an open secret. Yes! if you have an issue of high cost, then it is different. Islam does not allow us to drink, so at least, if this is officially not allowed is better than allowing free for all situation.....

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