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Dengue: SDMC Mayor ordered enquiry in casualty in capital

New Delhi, Sun, 13 Sep 2015 NI Wire

Mayor of South Delhi Municipal Corporation Sh. Subhash Arya instructed the officials to work round the clock in field and implement all the guidelines for controlling Dengue, Malaria and Chickengunia. Officials briefed the Mayor regarding the steps taken by them in the field and regarding the facilities provided by hospitals to the patient suffering from these diseases. Mayor ordered enquiry in the reported dengue casualty in media today. Dr Puneet Kumar Goyal instructed Addl Comm Concerned to submit report on the matter.

Mayor said emphasis has to be given for creating more awareness among the citizens regarding these diseases. He also appealed RWAs and residents to come forward and contribute in controlling Dengue. He also asked the Zonal officials to take strict actions against the defaulters. He said all the violations are to be noticed and strict prosecution action be taken.

Mayor said that institutions or individuals found violating for breeding of larva in their premises will be prosecuted. He said till now 81 prosecutions of Govt. Institutions and premises have been done and this action will be continued in future also. Corporation is also taking various initiatives to create awareness among citizen regarding mosquito breeding.


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