11 died: By eating rice at Indian temple

Eleven People have died and dozens more have fallen sick after eating rice at a temple in India, police say.

Around 70 individuals have been admitted to healing facility in the wake of eating the sustenance following a function in the southern province of Karnataka.

Police disclosed to BBC Hindi that 11 patients are in a basic condition.

Two individuals have purportedly been captured following the occurrence, and one wellbeing official told neighborhood media that the nourishment may have been harmed.

“We were offered tomato rice [which] was smelling,” one individual who went to the function told correspondents.

“Each one of the individuals who discarded it are fine,” they included. “The individuals who ate [it] began retching and grumbled of stomach torment.”

The occurrence occurred at the Maramma sanctuary in the Chamarajanagar area on Friday, where a unique occasion was occurring.

The rice was supposedly filled in as a religious offering to the assemblage as they left the sanctuary.

“Today was the sanctification function here,” another observer stated, before including that numerous individuals had headed out from neighboring towns to go to the occasion.

Some have communicated stun at the news via web-based networking media, including previous Indian Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda.

“Families who have lost their lives in the catastrophe ought to have the quality and strength to bear the agony,” he wrote in a tweet.

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