Two people have died and two others are in critical condition following a suspected hooch tragedy in Darbhanga district, Bihar. The victims allegedly consumed country-made liquor in Maksudpur village. The incident is being investigated by the police, who have not yet confirmed whether the liquor was spurious.
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