Kalaburagi: 30 students fall ill after consuming midday meal at govt school


Daijiworld Media Network - Kalaburagi (SP)

Kalaburagi, Feb 15: In an incident reported from Sedam taluk in the district, 30 students of the government primary school at Silarkot in the taluk were admitted to hospital after they fell ill.

The school children had consumed lunch in the afternoon. At around 4 pm, several among them began to suffer from vomitting and dysentery.

The parents of the children grew panicky. The parents and teachers got the children admitted into the community health centre at Mudhol where the children were provided symptomatic treatment.

When the number of children suffering from similar symptoms swelled, many were admitted to the government hospital at Sedam town.

There is notable improvement in the health condition of 25 children while the worsening condition of two students continues to give cause for worry, it is learnt.

Negligence on the part of the cooking staff allegedly gave led to the incident. Even in the past there were complaints of food with worms being served, it is said. Police inspector of Mudhol, Thimmaraya, visited the spot and undertook investigation.

  

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  • Felix Pinto, Koteshwara

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    This is where Shri Kejrival is miles ahead of other states. Instead of foreign tours, our Ministers must spend time in Delhi and take rudimentary lessons.

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  • Anthony H Crasta, Granville/Sydney

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    One has to be extra careful when its comes to preparation and serving of meals to the kids and little children, as their immune system is not all that developed and strong, unlike the adults, as they are very much vulnerable to unhygienic and expired date food items and thus could fall ill easily.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Feb 16 2020

    Antony Crasta Sydney ,we all know that.what to do ?It is not first time its happening.unfortunately good rice will land elsewhere to sell with high price,and rest rice low class land in school cantine.who should control will?All are kallaru.preparing in hygienical condition ,is in villages ,water problem ,is a question.caterers who prepare should have some love for the children and understanding.does anyone control this ?do they keep samples of this food for lab.exams in case of some problem?we dont know.poor children.where very hot weather is also a problem to keep it hot.It can spoil fast .Hope the children will gef fast recovered.get the culprits who were the cause of this illness arrested.

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  • Indira, BRAHMAVAR

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    You know the routine people..

    Whom to blame?
    ANSWER : POLITICIANS !!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    Where is Prabakar Kalladka ...

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  • munna, udupi

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    Where is Italian Bayamma

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    The effluent will never enroll their kid's, in any government schools.... Only the poor, marginalized, in society, have no option but to send their children, to these run down institutions !!! Their they become fodder for Netas, Contractors, who use them as Guinea pigs, to achieve their diabolic nefarious design !!!!

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  • Nawaz, Udupi/ Kuwait

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    How does it affect any ministers? They get everything free; even after retirement.

    Is this not the first priority of the government to provide safety, food, education, health to all children in parrticular? Where is the money going? Crores are spent per day on these ministers.

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  • Alwyn, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    Treatment is very simple. Give gomuthra and cow dung to all ill students.

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  • suresh, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    So his shaadi bhayga was OK. Mass marriage is worthless? Wah re secularism.

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  • Nawaz, Udupi/ Kuwait

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    Shadi bhagya is for poor and one of the basic needs in one way. But still, i see it as a flaw.

    But when shadi bhagya is a flaw, then what about free yatras and subsidised food supplies to religious places? You have to discard all of these without sparing anyone.
    However, i am also against the governments using the funds of temples.

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Sat, Feb 15 2020

    Chaddiyurappa is talking about five trillion economy and feeding rotten food stuff to children of Karnataka.

    Wake up mudi goobe..First learn abcd of economy. Learn from Siddaramaiah. How he managed his foes and ruled for five years. Your whole time goes in pacifying your party people. Till now not a single development plan you have mooted except the worthless mass marriage programme.

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