Bantwal: Six-year-old girl dies of high fever, school declares holiday


Kishore Peraje

Daijiworld Media Network -Bantwal(DV)

Bantwal, June 22: A six-year-old girl who was suffering from high fever died failing to respond to the treatment.

The deceased is identified as Aradhya Acharya, daughter of Ravi Acharya, a resident of Hanuman Nagar in Kalladkahere.

A local medical practitioner was treating the child for the past one week. However, in the last two days her fever increased and she passed away on Thursday, June 22.

The exact cause of fever and death are yet to be ascertained.

Aradhya Acharya was pursuing her first standard in Mani Balavikasa English Medium School. The school management committee and teachers have condoled her death.

In her honour, the school announced a holiday on Thursday.

 

 

  

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  • Rajesh B Shetty, Udupi

    Fri, Jun 24 2022

    Om Shanti.

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  • Bernadette Fernandes, Goa

    Fri, Jun 24 2022

    May her soul rest in peace 🙏🙏🙏

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  • Loraine, Udupi/ Brahmagiri

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    Rest in peace little angel. May God give strength and solace to the parents to bear the irreplaceable loss May the departed soul rest in peace.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    RIP!! The concerned doctor should have recommended her for advanced treatment if the high temperature was not going down for more than three days!

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  • g m hegde, mumbai

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    Some cases it can be measeles induced febrile shock. Why isnt the department taking this seriously & conducting high level investigation immediately

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  • Rita, Germany

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    It feel so sad to hear this ,second ,how our village doctor neglected to treat this child with high fever for a week at home ,without advising parents to take to hospital and see the cause.Nowadays everything new diseases are arising.I am sure she must have had some infectious case like meningities ?.Whatever it is can be only diagnosed in hospital.When not treated at right time it is late.Poor child.Heartfelt sympathies to the family.Hope they did the post martum to see what it is so that other children dont get infected with it .May her soul rest with angels.With a school holiday is not done .findout more about it.

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  • jess, Mangalore/Philippines

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    If a child dies nobody can comfort parents.and it takes months and years to come out from that trauma. Only God can comfort through his words Children are god's gift to parents only God give them to take care. But remember children are god's property. He has got full authority and whenever he wants he plucks. We must bow our heads in front of Him. You must have visited brindavan garden in Mysore there you will see don't pluck flowers. On the other side you will see the gardener only plucks.he has got the right. In the same way God is our owner..RIP child.

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  • Joshwa, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    RIP angel While reading this one of my friends asked me.why god is doing like this? there are many aged people why he need this little one? Actually I didn't give him the answer.God gave me the answer. I read for him.a passage from the book of Isiaha 55:8 Almighty God says.My ways are not your ways and your ways are not my ways And god also looking from above when his garden need a beautiful flower.when he finds a suitable one he puts his arms around and whisper when there is no cure,my child enough I want you to be in my garden, where there is no sorrow no pain. And he concludes I have a plan for you.isaiah 49 I

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  • taurojohn & family, Mangalore/ malad

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    Our sympathy to her parents. very very sad news and its unfortunate that no proper medication in time was available, May little angel rest in peace.

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  • Jeetendra hegde, Mumbai

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    Destiny cannot rewritten, but doctors qualifications should be checked by concerned authorities.

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    Very sad news, Om Shanthi...

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    May the departed soul of this angel rest in peace......Very sad news...

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  • Yathiraj, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    Om Shanthi..

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