Published On : Sun, Jun 1st, 2014

Excess liquor, summer heat claim two lives

Nagpur News.

Excess liquor and scorching summer heat proved fatal for two men who were found dead in two different areas of city on Saturday.

According to police, the first victim Sachin Shyamrao Sakhre (32), resident of Savitribai Fuley Nagar, Lane No. 1, Ajni, Nagpur ventured out to have a glass or two of country liquor. But the pegs of liquor in excess quantity and the blazing summer heat proved a deadly cocktail and subsequently claimed life of Sachin Sakhre. He was found dead on footpath near Tukdoji Statue Square at about 1630 hours of Saturday. Sakkardara police were informed about the incident. Cops immediately reached the spot and after completing paper formalities, sent body of Sachin to GMCH for post-mortem. Police suspect sun stroke to be the cause of Sachin’s death. PSI Shete, on the basis of complaint lodged by Nandabai Shyamrao Sakhre (60), has registered a case of accidental death and probing the matter further.

The second victim, Raju Naresh Zade (40), resident of Chhota Tajbagh, Nagpur, was found dead at about 1500 hours ofSaturday on footpath near a country liquor shop Bollywood Center Point under Sakkardara Police Station jurisdiction. Police, who reached the spot, suspect death of Raju Zade due to excessive consumption of liquor and sun stroke. PSI Shete, on the basis of a complaint lodged by Sunil Naresh Zade (35), resident of Ayurvedic Layout, near Registrar Office, has registered a case of accidental death and investigating the matter further.

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