In Bijapur, an innocent life was lost due to malaria, due to lack of treatment, the ashram died

Chhattisgarh News: Along with corona, malaria and dengue have also wreaked havoc in Bastar division of Chhattisgarh. A large number of people are coming in the grip of malaria and dengue in seven districts of Bastar division. So far 6 people have died due to dengue in Bastar district itself, while malaria has killed 4 people. At the same time, in Bijapur district also a second class student has died of malaria. It is being told that the student was ill for 3 days and the student could not get treatment at the right time, due to which he died in the ashram itself. The student was studying while staying in the ashram school. A departmental inquiry is also being conducted regarding the death of the student.

The student was in the grip of malaria for 3 days 
According to the information, a student of class II living in Tamodi village in Mirtur’s Bal ashram, present in the Naxal-affected area of ​​Bijapur district, is studying. was. From last Thursday, the student’s health suddenly started deteriorating and on Friday there was a slight improvement in health, but late night once again suddenly the student’s health started deteriorating and on Saturday morning the child died.  According to the information, the student was malaria positive. The student could not get treatment at the right time. Due to which his health deteriorated and he died.

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Three more children are in the grip of malaria 
 After getting information about this matter, the officials and family members of the education department also reached the spot. The District Education Officer has ordered a departmental inquiry into the death of the student. The superintendent of this ashram told that three more children studying in the ashram are also ill and they are also malaria positive. At present, everyone’s treatment is now going on in the hospital. Information has also been given to the relatives of the 3 children who are sick and the officials of the department. Here, the outbreak of malaria is increasing continuously in such areas and many villagers are losing their lives due to it. Despite this, the malaria-free campaign being run by the state government in Bastar has remained only on paper and nothing special is being done to prevent its outbreak at the ground level.

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