Committee of Inquiry into Polluted Water Supply in Jeevangarh. educated

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City Commissioner Prem Ranjan Singh has set up a two-person committee to investigate the contaminated water supply problem in Jeevangarh. The municipal council has asked for financial support for the relatives of the deceased child.
Jeevangarh Area City Council Shahid Malik issued a memorandum to the community commissioner calling for an investigation into the contaminated water supply issue and punitive action against the culprits. He said that despite repeated complaints to JEs from Jal Nigam and the Municipal Corporation, no action was taken. As a result, the six-year-old Affan died and more than 50 children became ill.
However, some children are being treated at JN Medical College and Malkhan Singh District Hospital. He said Affan was the only son. He has two sisters. The financial situation of the house is not good. The family of the deceased child should receive financial support. Hemendra Gautam, Laxman Singh etc. were present with the city council. At the request of the city council, community commissioner Premranjan Singh entrusted the investigation to additional community commissioner Arun Kumar Gupta and deputy community commissioner TP Singh. The municipal council has reported in writing. He said action would be taken against those found guilty in the investigation.
The team from the health department has arrived and has given 8 patients medication
The Ministry of Health team reached Jeevangarh after receiving information about the disease from drinking contaminated water. The site was surveyed by ASHA. The responsible CMO Dr. Anupam Bhaskar said the team found 8 patients in the area who were being given medication. A patient is admitted to the district hospital. He said that the department team will also have a health check on Sunday.

City Commissioner Prem Ranjan Singh has set up a two-person committee to investigate the contaminated water supply problem in Jeevangarh. The municipal council has asked for financial support for the relatives of the deceased child.

Jeevangarh Area City Council Shahid Malik issued a memorandum to the community commissioner calling for an investigation into the contaminated water supply issue and punitive action against the culprits. He said that despite repeated complaints to JEs from Jal Nigam and the Municipal Corporation, no action was taken. As a result, the six-year-old Affan died and more than 50 children became ill.

However, some children are being treated at JN Medical College and Malkhan Singh District Hospital. He said Affan was the only son. He has two sisters. The financial situation of the house is not good. The family of the deceased child should receive financial support. Hemendra Gautam, Laxman Singh etc. were present with the city council. At the request of the city council, community commissioner Premranjan Singh entrusted the investigation to additional community commissioner Arun Kumar Gupta and deputy community commissioner TP Singh. The municipal council has reported in writing. He said action would be taken against those found guilty in the investigation.

The team from the health department has arrived and has given 8 patients medication

The Ministry of Health team reached Jeevangarh after receiving information about the disease from drinking contaminated water. The site was surveyed by ASHA. The responsible CMO Dr. Anupam Bhaskar said the team found 8 patients in the area who were being given medication. A patient is admitted to the district hospital. He said that the department team will also have a health check on Sunday.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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