Techie dies at an illegal TN rave party; four reserved

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Police, upon becoming aware of the course of ‘The Great Indian Gathering’ event, raided the bar which was allegedly operating on the third floor of the mall without the required license and was ‘sealed’.

Greater Chennai Police Commissioner, Shankar Jiwal, learning of the incident, has warned of strict measures against people who hold such illegal parties in the city. (Representative)

A 22-year-old employee of an information technology company is believed to have died of excessive alcohol consumption at an illegal rave party held at a popular shopping center in the city last night, the report said. Sunday police.

Police, upon becoming aware of the course of ‘The Great Indian Gathering’ event, raided the bar which was allegedly operating on the third floor of the mall without the required license and was ‘sealed’.

Greater Chennai Police Commissioner, Shankar Jiwal, learning of the incident, has warned of strict measures against people who hold such illegal parties in the city.

According to a senior police official, the victim who was partying with his friends at the mall on Saturday night died from excessive alcohol consumption.

“Initial examination revealed that he died of heavy drinking. He is from Madipakkam in the city and after performing an autopsy at Royapettah Government General Hospital, the body was handed over to his family,” the official told PTI.

Police are also investigating whether drugs were served to attendees along with alcohol.

Meanwhile, a police press release said a special team led by an inspector had been led by Jiwal to monitor entertainment parties in the city and learned of the rave party. illegal which took place on the fourth floor of the mall.

People partying at the scene were asked to leave by police. It also emerged that the bar on the mall’s third floor was operating without a compulsory license and was later sealed, police said.

No less than 844 bottles of alcohol were seized and four people were arrested in this regard.

The investigation revealed that the party was organized by inviting people to register through a mobile application in order to participate in the event, according to the statement.

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