- On Tuesday, two people died of a strange fever in Kursauli village.
- The atmosphere of panic in the village due to the continuous deaths
- People forced to leave their homes to live in relatives or on rent
Dengue havoc continues in Kanpur. After Corona, dengue sting is killing people. Dengue has once again exposed the health department. Kursauli village of Kanpur is in the grip of mysterious fever. On Tuesday, two people died of a strange fever in Kursauli village. Along with this, an old man also died in Araul village. In Kursauli village, 10 villagers have lost their lives due to fever. There is panic in the village. Villagers are leaving their homes and taking shelter with relatives.
In Kanpur’s Kursauli village, 10 people have died due to fever. Out of which 09 are women. A dozen people of Kursauli village are undergoing treatment in various hospitals of the city in critical condition. Bhullu Tiwari’s wife Kshama, who lived in the village, died four days ago. After this, Bhullu’s mother Nirmala Tiwari (55) also caught fever and died on Tuesday during treatment. With this, eight-year-old Vaibhavi died. At the same time, Shanti Kumar (65), who lived in Araul village, also died.
Village in grip of mysterious disease
Kursauli village is in the grip of which mysterious disease? The health department is not ready to tell. After getting fever, the villagers have bleeding from the nose and urine. After that the condition worsens. The investigation of the health department is going on around dengue, corona and malaria. The Health Department has not sent samples to Delhi and Lucknow for examination.
villagers leaving the village
Ten villagers have died due to mysterious fever in Kursauli village. People are in panic due to strange fever in the village. Dozens of families are taking shelter with their relatives by locking their homes. Along with this, some people have been forced to leave the village and take a room on rent. There is resentment among the villagers towards the health department and the district administration. Villagers say that they are leaving the village to keep the children and family safe.
Kanpur CMO Nepal Singh says that the team of Health Department is constantly keeping an eye on Kursauli. Along with this, Leptospirosis, Typhus will be investigated after talking to the Medical College’s office. At the same time, Nodal Officer Anil Garg has inspected Kursauli village.
Mysterious fever wreaks havoc in Kanpur… 3 more died, people leaving the village and taking shelter at relatives’ houses