Odisha Assembly seen Chaos over 6 death due to suspected diarrhoea
Odisha Assembly seen Chaos  over 6 death due to suspected diarrhoea

BHUBANESWAR: Odisha Assembly witnessed uproar on Saturday over death of 6 guys of tribal-dominated Kashipur block of Rayagada district due to suspected diarrhoea.

Narasingha Mishra, the leader of the Congress legislature party, brought up the matter during zero hour and asked Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik for a comment.

The National Food Security Act (NFSA) is best implemented by the state government in the nation. He said that many residents of Kashipur block still lack adequate access to food.

The Congress MLA claimed that Jhodia and tribal people are dying after consuming non-food items like liquor and mango kernels. At least six people have died in the past three days due to consumption of such non-food things, Mishra said.

Mishra wanted a response from the Chief Minister, calling it a "very serious situation," so he could explain what exactly caused people to die in the Kashipur area. Along with his partymate, Taraprasad Bahinipati sought Speaker B.K. Arukha to issue a ruling directing the CM to issue a statement.

Makaranda Muduli, an MLA from Rayagada, has urged the state government to act before the diarrhea develops into cholera. He has asked the administration to send a high-level medical team from the state headquarters to the area for adequate treatment of the affected people and checking  of contaminated water.

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