Accident – Death – Obituary News : Tragic Death of 22-Year-Old Man in Bihar Police Station Lockup
A devastating incident occurred in Munger district, Bihar, as a 22-year-old man was found dead inside the lockup of a police station. The deceased, identified as Aman from Bageshwari area in Munger, was arrested for consuming liquor in the dry state of Bihar. The shocking discovery was made when Aman was found hanging from the ventilator of the toilet attached to the lockup of the prohibition department police station at 2 am.
Aman’s arrest took place on Thursday by officials from the Bihar Prohibition, Excise, and Registration Department, as he was charged with consuming liquor and violating the state’s strict prohibition laws. Since April 2016, Bihar has enforced a ban on the sale and consumption of alcohol, making it illegal for individuals to possess or consume alcoholic beverages.
Suman Kumar, the Inspector from the Excise and Prohibition department, shared details of the incident with reporters, saying, “Aman was found hanging in the lockup’s toilet at 2 am on Friday. He was immediately rushed to the district government hospital, where he was tragically declared dead.” Kumar added, “After being arrested and taken for medical examinations, Aman was kept in the department’s lockup along with four other individuals. The matter is currently under investigation.”
This distressing event has raised questions about the circumstances surrounding Aman’s death and the conditions within the police station lockup. Authorities are now conducting a thorough investigation to determine the cause of death and to ensure that justice is served.
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