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20 June 2019 Current Events Several children lose their lives in Bihar due to AES Epidemic

As per recent news updates approximately 125 children have lost their lives in Bihar. The prominent symptoms that doctors are pointing out are of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES). Moreover, the government is lacking in taking all the vital steps to control the situation. Majorly the reason behind these deaths is hypoglycemia. This is a condition in which blood sugar level lowers down and electrolyte imbalance is, witnessed in the body. In order to name this havoc, popular terms being used in Bihar include Litchi Havoc, Killer Encephalitis and Chamki Bhukar. Additionally, 309 children of Muzaffarpur were hospitalized due to this fever. Therefore, urgent steps are need to be taken in such malnourished and poor states of India in order to improve the condition of its citizens, especially women and children.


Rs 1 crore fine to be imposed on vendors of plastic bags

As per recent news reports, Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has recently imposed the fine of approximately Rs 1 crore on the vendors of Pan Mandi, Sadar Bazar, Sabzi Mandi Azadpur and Ghazipur. Moreover, DPCC has seized around 28,500 kgs of plastic bags from these markets. The thickness of these plastic bags is less than 50 microns. Meanwhile, the committee undertook these surprise raids on May 31 and June 19, 2019. In order to save the environment, fine of Rs 99 lakh was must, the committee official said in one of his statements.


Several children lose their lives in Bihar due to AES Epidemic

As per recent news updates approximately 125 children have lost their lives in Bihar. The prominent symptoms that doctors are pointing out are of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES). Moreover, the government is lacking in taking all the vital steps to control the situation. Majorly the reason behind these deaths is hypoglycemia. This is a condition in which blood sugar level lowers down and electrolyte imbalance is, witnessed in the body. In order to name this havoc, popular terms being used in Bihar include Litchi Havoc, Killer Encephalitis and Chamki Bhukar. Additionally, 309 children of Muzaffarpur were hospitalized due to this fever. Therefore, urgent steps are need to be taken in such malnourished and poor states of India in order to improve the condition of its citizens, especially women and children.

Rs 1 crore fine to be imposed on vendors of plastic bags

As per recent news reports, Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has recently imposed the fine of approximately Rs 1 crore on the vendors of Pan Mandi, Sadar Bazar, Sabzi Mandi Azadpur and Ghazipur. Moreover, DPCC has seized around 28,500 kgs of plastic bags from these markets. The thickness of these plastic bags is less than 50 microns. Meanwhile, the committee undertook these surprise raids on May 31 and June 19, 2019. In order to save the environment, fine of Rs 99 lakh was must, the committee official said in one of his statements.




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