The death toll from alcohol poisoning in India’s western city of Mumbai (Bombay) has crossed 100.
Police spokesman Dhananjay Kulkarni said the number of people who had died now stood at 102, and seven people including two women had been arrested.
He had earlier described the incident as the worst of its kind in the city in more than a decade.
Toxic alcohol deaths are a regular occurrence in India, where people often drink cheap bootleg liquor.
Residents of the Malad slum area fell ill after drinking the cheap homemade alcohol on Wednesday.
Mr Kulkarni said police have been unable to locate the outlets that sold the alcohol.