Six people were also hospitalised in critical condition after consuming toxic liquor.— File Photo by Reuters

BADIN: At least six people died after consuming of poisonous liquor in Badin and Tando Allahyar districts of Sindh on Saturday, DawnNews reported.

The bootlegged liquor killed four people in Kario Ghanwar town situated Badin district.

The ages of the victims in Kario Ghanwar was reported between 30-50.

Sources said that six other people were in critical condition who had been shifted to different hospitals for treatment.

Two more men aged between 20-35 were killed by the toxic consumption in neighbouring Tando Allahyar district.

Despite repeated attempts no official could be reached for comments.


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