Three Students Fell Ill After Consuming Rotten Food At Anganwadi Center
Mahabubabad/Hyderabad, Feb 1 (Maxim News): Three students fell ill after consuming contaminated/rotten food at the Anganwadi Centre. This incident took place in the Mahabubabad district. The Children Jaswant (4), Sanvi (4), and Jagdish (5) of the same Tanda got food poisoning in Angan Wadi under Line Tanda Gram Panchayat in Guduru Mandal.
A student named Jaswant was taken to Warangal Hospital due to his condition. Students Sanvi and Jagdish are undergoing treatment at the district hospital. The parents of the students alleged that the food given to the children made them sick. The children’s parents expressed their anger at the teachers’ negligence, and the details of this incident are to be known. (Maxim News)
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