Ninety-three people have died and at least 200 others have been hospitalised in northeastern India after drinking toxic liquor, officials said, in the latest case of alcohol poisoning in the country.
The deaths in Assam state came less than two weeks after tainted liquor killed about 100 people in the northern states of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
The victims, who include many women, worked at local tea estates in the region.
Patients arrived at hospitals in the region with severe vomiting, extreme chest pain and breathlessness.
Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has ordered an inquiry.
State police said they have arrested one man for selling the liquor, and authorities said two excise department officials were suspended for failing to take adequate precautions over the sale of the alcohol.
Assam health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma told AFP that the patients were being treated at different hospitals in the affected districts.
Hundreds of mainly poor people die each year in India from tainted liquor, which normally costs just a few US cents a bottle.
Of the estimated five billion litres of alcohol drunk every year in India, around 40% is illegally produced, according to the International Spirits and Wine Association of India.
Many Indian states have implemented or pushed for prohibition, which, according to critics, further increases the unsupervised manufacture and sale of alcohol.