Delhiites suffering from Dengue-Chikungunya, Arvind Kejriwal busy in campaign

Chikungunya-dengue is spreading rapidly in Delhi-NCR. For the first time in Delhi so far, more than 1000 cases of Chikungunya reported. Three people have died so far. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal flared when questions were asked to him and abused the Journalists.


A 65-year-old man living in Ghaziabad admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in critical condition, where he died due to Chikungunya. According to the reports, this is first death due to Chikungunya in Delhi. This time worst cases of Chikungunya seen in the capital. So far, 1158 cases of dengue and 1057 cases of Chikungunya have been confirmed by the Municipal Corporation in Delhi.

Over 900 cases of Chikungunya have been registered so far in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). On the other hand, 532 patients in Safdarjung and 281 patients in Lok Nayak Hospital admitted. Last year, 15867 cases of dengue and 60 deaths reported.

Well-known journalist Sekhar Gupta tweeted – ‘For the first time in five years, malaria is spreading rapidly in Delhi, for the first time a person died due to Chikungunya. The government is engaged in winning Goa, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh.’

In reply, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted – ‘If you want to do politics, come out in the open. First, he used to flatter Congress now Modi. Such people have made journalism dirty’.

According to the data, 543 cases in South Delhi Nigam area, 307 cases in North Delhi Nigam, 166 cases in Ease Delhi Nigam, 46 cases in NDMC, 4 cases in Delhi Cantt., and 92 other cases registered.

Also, the notice has been issued, 1,05,240 people. So far, the breeding of dengue carrier Aedes mosquito found in 1,21,524 houses in the capital. Most of the 62,423 cases of reproduction found in South Delhi.

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