15 children of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya fell ill after eating poha, family members created a ruckus

Satna: 15 children of a Navodaya school in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh suddenly fell ill, at first it was said that they had caught heat. But in the investigation it was found that everyone was given poha in the morning for breakfast, after eating the same, their health has deteriorated. 10 children have been admitted to the hospital. The family members created a ruckus, MLA has also reached the spot. According to the news received, there is an incident of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya present in Nagod Rahikwara village of Satna district.

There was a ruckus among the school staff due to the sudden deterioration of the health of 15 children. The children were rushed to the Community Health Center, Nagaud, where they are being treated. It is being said that the health of the children has deteriorated after having breakfast in the morning, it is being feared that due to the heat, the breakfast may have been spoiled, which the children ate. On the other hand the principal of the school said that the children have got heat. The school management has banned the children from speaking.

Administrative officers have not reached the hospital yet. According to sources, there are orders from above not to say anything in this incident, so the officers did not reach the spot. The doctors are also refraining from speaking anything. It is being said that after the health of the children deteriorated, it was said from above that everyone should be informed about the heat. As soon as the news of the incident was received, the families of the children first reached the school and then came to the hospital. Here he made a ruckus. Nagod MLA Nagendra Singh reached the hospital after the information of the uproar. At the same time, the condition of 5 children improved, but 10 girl students are still admitted.

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