None Will Be Spared: Amarinder Singh To Hooch Tragedy Victims' Families

Amarinder Singh identified that investigations are already underway. (File)

Chandigarh:

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Friday stated that perpetrators for hooch tragedy wouldn’t be spared at any price and properties of these accountable can be confiscated.

Mr Singh, who visited Tarn Taran to share his sympathies with the bereaved households hailing from the district, stated that perpetrators of this heinous crime wouldn’t be spared at any price and severest of extreme motion can be taken in opposition to them.

Captain Amarinder Singh stated that so as to be sure that culprits get exemplary punishment particular prosecution groups can be deputed to vigorously pursue these circumstances including “that the properties of these answerable for this unpardonable act be confiscated”.

“The perpetrators of this heinous crime deserve no leniency since it’s a man-made tragedy,” he stated.

Based on an official launch, the Chief Minister additionally enhanced compensation being given to the households of victims of hooch tragedy from present Rs 2 lakh to Rs 5 lakh.

The loss of life depend within the hooch tragedy has risen to 121.

Mr Singh identified that investigations are already underway and Director Basic of Police (DGP) Dinkar Gupta has been directed to expedite them.

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