Damoh , A big news is coming out from Damoh district of Madhya Pradesh. Where the health of 18 children became worse after the Asha worker administered Albendazole tablets. Who has been admitted to the hospital for treatment. During this period, the family members could not even get a vehicle to take the children to the hospital. After which the frightened family members took the students to the hospital with the help of a tractor trolley. Where his treatment is continuing.
It is a matter of integrated secondary school
Let us tell you, as per the instructions of the government, National Deworming Day was to be celebrated in government and semi-government schools from 12th September, which is to continue till 15th September. Under which children are also being fed Albendazole tablets. During this time the children suddenly started having headache and stomach pain. After which the children started taking rest in school. Even after this, when the condition of the children did not improve, the family took the children to Kumhari Health Center for treatment. When the Asha worker came to know about this matter, he also called 108 for help but even after this no help was received. At present the condition of all the children is serious.
Police started investigation
When the Kumhari police station got information about this incident, Kumhari police station in-charge Purnanand Mishra and Rajesh Lodhi reached the primary health center and took information about the children. Sachin Jain, head teacher of the integrated secondary school, said that deworming pills were to be given by the government. Due to which both Asha Sahyogini and Asha worker had brought pills and after feeding them to the children, their health started deteriorating. Who are undergoing treatment in the hospital.