8 children killed in just 10 days, many sick, 'Mysterious fever' wreaks havoc in Haryana village

Chandigarh: After mysterious fever, dengue havoc, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh are now visible. In Haryana, a mysterious fever has created panic among people in Chilli village of the Hathin area. In Indore city of Madhya Pradesh has become a dengue hotspot. Earlier, many districts and cities in Uttar Pradesh are in a bad state due to mysterious fever as well as seasonal diseases like dengue, malaria. This includes the capital Lucknow, Firozabad, Mathura, Agra etc.

The village called Chilli falls under the Hathin Assembly in Palwal, Haryana. Eight children have lost their lives there in the last 10 days. People say this is due to a mysterious fever. The health department also seems to be accused of negligence. Villagers say that after the death of the children, the health department is now going to the village to sensitize the people and the children are being tested for dengue and malaria.

Not only that but corona tests are also being conducted on people suffering from fever. According to reports, dozens of children in the village are suffering from fever. Some of these children are undergoing treatment in different private hospitals. Adults are also in the grip of fever.

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