Dengue: 12 Cases Recorded In Delhi This Year, Mayor orders precautionary measures

New Delhi : Amid the outbreak of dengue in Delhi, East Delhi has recorded 12 cases so far, Shyam Sundar Aggarwal, Mayor of East Delhi Municipal Corporation informed on Wednesday. Sharing details to media, Mayor, "We are taking necessary steps including fogging and cleaning of drainages to control larval development. Our team is alert and is taking precautionary measures like regular pest control." The Mayor ordered my department to challan the factory and shut it down because the water they use gets collected into the land.  He cautioned this water is dangerous for the lives of people because chemicals still remain in it. He added, "Dengue spreads more from uncovered clean water. So, I request people to keep the water covered at home and don't allow water logging in your surroundings.

The officials of East Delhi Municipal Corporation have started taking precautionary measures like regular cleaning of drainage systems in the area.  In order to curb the spread of dengue, the mayor has also visited a washing unit of the area on Tuesday and ordered the department to challan them as they use chemical water, which may increase dengue cases.

The mayor also appealed Delhi government to take some strict actions against these factories because they have also captured the floodplains for years to set up their factories. These factories near rivers pollute the water and automatically harm human beings and water bodies.

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