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Temple prasad poisoning: Man undergoing treatment dies toll mounts to 17


Team Udayavani, Dec 22, 2018, 5:28 PM IST

Chamarajnagar: A 45-year-old man, who was undergoing treatment after eating a poisoned religious offering at a temple in Karnataka, died on Saturday, taking the death toll in the Chamarajanagar food poisoning incident to 17.

The deceased is identified as Rangan a resident of Dhoreswami Medu Village.

On December 14, 15 people had died and more than 100 others were hospitalized after consuming ‘prasad’ distributed at Maramma temple in Sulavadi village.
  
Police have so far arrested four persons, including Salur Math, seer Pattada Immadi Mahadeva Swami and his three accomplices, including a woman, on charges of murder, attempt to murder and criminal conspiracy.

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