Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath blamed the Congress for the death of children in the BRD Medical College in Gorakhpur, saying it is a matter of condolence rather than a state.
Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said in the Sabadhbadan conclave in Lucknow on Sunday that Ghulam Nabi Azad, while being the Health Minister at the center, visited Gorakhpur when he visited Encephalitis, acute encephalitis, Japanese brain fever in Gorakhpur and surrounding areas. He had raised the issue about other diseases but he said it was a matter of state to take a leaf tree. And now they are ruling the same children’s death.
He said that the culprits will not be spared for the deaths of children in medical college. Hard action will be taken against the guilty. A committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary of the state has been constituted to look into the matter, which will examine the deficiency of oxygen and all other facts and submit the report to the state government shortly.
Yogi said that there has been natural death of children in medical college. No genocide happened. Some people have been drinking their political rotis in it. Children’s deaths are a heart-breaking event. The government’s full sympathy is for mourning saturated families. This incident shook the country from inside.
Yogi said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is unhappy with this incident and has given assurance of full help. He has sent the Union Health and Family Welfare Minister, JP Nadda to Gorakhpur to seek information. The Central Government has sent a team of doctors to investigate and take action on this incident.
They have demanded from the Central Government to open a center for the investigation of Encephalitis in Eastern Uttar Pradesh and preparing the vaccine, so that the children of this disease can get relief from this disease.
The Chief Minister said that he fought the road from 1996 to the Parliament from the road to throwing the Encephalitic disease from the eastern Uttar Pradesh, which is still in progress. Every possible effort is needed to get rid of this disease. The Central Government is fully helping.
He appealed to bring forth the right facts from the media and said that for inspection, you can go to Pekar Ward. Do not spread confusion by mere estimation. Keep the right facts in front of the people, which help the government in solving problems. He announced the ban on private practitioners of government doctors.Union Health and Family Welfare Minister J P Nadda said that the Central Government has kept a close watch on this. In this case, every possible help from the state government will be done. A team of doctors has come here to investigate which will submit its report to the government.
Earlier, Yogi and Nadda visited the medical college. Went to the ward Meet the patients and their helpers and assured them of every possible help.
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