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3 dead in Dindigul district because of spurious liquor

Three people died in Dindigul district after they allegedly consumed spurious liquor Wednesday, police said. The deceased were daily wage labourers.

Spurious liquor had been sold in a nearby area and investigations have begun to find the exact source of the brew that killed them, police said.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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