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Woman’s death due to sale of illegal liquor: Allegation

Taluk Panchayat Jamuna Annappa
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Belur: A 35-year-old woman named Veda of Keshavnagar village was a victim of drunkenness, the former president of Taluk Panchayat Jamuna Annappa directly accused illegal liquor sale as the reason for this.

She said after the villagers came to the police station late at night alleging that a woman had died due to the sale of illegal liquor in Hobali’s Keshavnagar and submitted a petition to put a stop to the sale of unauthorized liquor in grocery stores, she said, “If parents are addicted to this kind of liquor, children will also follow the same path.” If parents die due to alcoholism, children become orphans. She said that if the future of children is not to be adversely affected, women should unite and fight to stop the sale of illegal liquor.

Veena Erappa, former president of Gram Panchayat, said that they sell beer in shops in our village. As a result, the woman died and the deceased had one girl and one boy

The son somehow survives. But because a girl needs a mother, the illegal brewery business has victimized the mother and ruined the daughter’s bright future. She warned that if the Excise Department does not curb the sale of illegal liquor soon, the women’s organizations are ready to fight fiercely.

Lawyer Raju, Viraju, Bhadresh, Annappa, Tammanna, Laxman, Puttamma, Manjula, Subbanna, Suri, Shivanna, Devaraju, Raju, Rudresh, Devaraju and the villagers of Keshannagar were present.

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