A doctor and a medical store employee have also been arrested for allegedly making the spirit available to bootleggers and helping in their spurious liquor business.
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday announced an increase in compensation from Rs 2 lakh to Rs 5 lakh to the kin of the deceased.
Talking to reporters at the protest site, Majithia dubbed Chief Minister Amarinder Singh's visit to Tarn Taran to meet families of the victims as a mere photo op.
Punjab CM Amarinder Singh spoke to the families and took ground assessment of the action taken against the culprits.
Singh will be accompanied by Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar, Director General of Police Dinkar Gupta and his Chief Principal Secretary Suresh Kumar.
At least 116 people have died in Tarn Taran, Amritsar and Gurdaspur districts of Punjab after drinking spurious liquor in last few days.
The chief minister asked the sub-committee, set up under minister Brahm Mohindra, to examine the provisions of the proposed law, to finalise and submit its report at the earliest.
Asserting that the actions of Bajwa and Dullo could not be tolerated any longer, he said, leaders like these, who did not have even the courage to face elections, were no asset to the party.
The intelligence wing of state police had given a confidential report in this regard to both these departments 11 months ago, but no action was taken.
Sources said that many families of the deceased were not coming forward to report the deaths due to social stigma.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal demanded a CBI probe into the Punjab hooch tragedy which has claimed 86 lives so far.
Many families are not coming forward to record their statements as they do not want any action and are also not getting the post mortem done due to the fear of social stigma, police officer said.