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In Jhansi, medicines brought for feeding students were burnt | In Jhansi, medicines brought for feeding students were burnt: Fire set at the gate of Goraiya Inter College, manager gave notice to the principal – Jhansi News

In Jhansi, medicines brought for feeding students were burnt | In Jhansi, medicines brought for feeding students were burnt: Fire set at the gate of Goraiya Inter College, manager gave notice to the principal – Jhansi News



A video has surfaced of burning of medicines meant for feeding students at Goraiya Inter College Gairaha in Jhansi.

A video has surfaced of burning the medicines brought to feed the students in Goraiya Inter College Gairaha, Jhansi. In which the peon is seen burning Albendazole and Iron medicines outside the gate of the Inter College. After the video went viral, the principal and staff were arrested.

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Medicines had come to be fed to the students

The government gives albendazole and iron tablets to children in schools. Last year, medicines were also sent to Goraiya Inter College Gairaha in the district. These tablets were to be given to the children on the scheduled date. It is being told that one day a team of doctors went to the school and gave medicines to the children.

After this, the children who survived were supposed to be given medicines. But this was not done. Due to this, a huge amount of medicines were saved. On 9 July 2024, the staff burnt the medicines by lighting a fire at the school gate. Someone made a video of this and made it viral.

Asked for clarification in two days

Inter College manager Dr. Satendra Singh has taken cognizance of the video and has given notice to Principal Arvind Kumar Mishra. It was said that the medicines meant for feeding the students have been shown burning. This shows that the medicines were not distributed among the students.

Iron was given to girl students and albendazole to boys. The medicine was not distributed to all the students. If the medicine was left over, it should have been returned to the government hospital. The principal has been asked to reply within two days. A copy has been sent to the District School Inspector for action.



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