New Delhi, January 12 – A government official in Madhya Pradesh, India, confirmed on the 12th that at least 11 people have died of suspected of drinking fake alcohol poisoning in the state since the evening of the 11th, and 8 others have been hospitalized for treatment.
The official said that the tragedy took place in some villages in the Morena region of Madhya Pradesh, and the victim drank local private fake wine.
At present, the relevant medical report has not been published, and the local government has launched an investigation into the case.
In rural India, there are often cases of poisoning deaths caused by illegal merchants selling fake alcohol, which is often mixed with industrial alcohol.
At the end of July last year, more than 100 people died of drinking fake alcohol in Punjab, India.