NDMC issues 146 challans over dengue rearing

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New Delhi, Aug 12: Safadrjung doctor’s facility, prestigious Delhi Golf Club, Shivaji stadium and Akashwani Bhawan are among the 146 structures challaned by the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) after dengue mosquitoes were discovered reproducing in their premises.

The municipal body has so far issued a sum of 3337 notification this season. Among the structures which have been issued sees by NDMC are conspicuous doctor’s facilities including AIIMS, Safdarjung, Lady Hardinge therapeutic school and LHMC doctor’s facility.

Prestigious inns, for example, Ashoka and Taj Man Singh have likewise been issued sees after the review group distinguished mosquitogenic conditions in their premises.

“We have issued 3337 notification and 146 challans this season over dengue rearing. Amid the review, if the premises are tried positive for mosquito rearing, they are issued sees,” a senior NDMC official said.

“In any case, if no change is found in the cleanliness conditions amid the following review, the defaulters are issued challan,” he included.

As indicated by civil reports, no less than 171 instances of dengue have been accounted for this season in Delhi with 52 of these being recorded in the main week of August.

The vector-borne illness guaranteed its first casualty on July 21 when a young lady from Jafrabad in north-east Delhi kicked the bucket at Lok Nayak Jai Prakash (LNJP) Hospital. The MCD powers, in any case, have not formally recognized any dengue demise this year.