Uttar Pradesh News
Lucknow News in Hindi: The case of the death of four children in Lucknow Children’s Home in five days has become hot.
Children from birth to age 10 are cared for in the public children’s home. It is managed by the Women’s Welfare Department. Destitute, abandoned and abandoned newborn babies are kept here by order of the Child Welfare Committee. Currently, a total of 75 children including 28 newborns live in this children’s home. They are cared for by the Department of Women’s Welfare of Uttar Pradesh. Destitute, abandoned and abandoned newborns found in the city are kept in Balgriha. Stray babies found anywhere in the city are kept here. From their treatment to the restoration, all the responsibilities fall on this children’s home.
District Probation Officer (DPO) of the Department of Women’s Welfare, Vikas Singh, said on Thursday that four girls, aged one and a half to five and a half months, died during treatment between 10 and February 14 at the children’s home. He said that the autopsy of the corpses of these girls has been done, the report of which has not yet been received. He said the cause of death would be known after the report was released. According to him, a judicial inquiry has also been ordered into the incident. According to Vikas Singh, a show cause notice was issued to Kinshuk Tripathi, superintendent of the state children’s home. He was suspended.
Vikas Singh said four critically ill infants were pronounced dead by doctors from King George’s Medical College University and Lucknow Civil Hospital during a five-day treatment at the children’s home. Dismissing the death of these girls due to the cold, the district administration indicated that the health condition of these girls was serious as soon as they were admitted to the institution. He was continuously being treated, but he could not be saved. The weight of these girls was between 1200 grams and 1600 grams. Minister Baby Rani Maurya said in a statement that department officials inspected the children’s home on Wednesday.
The Minister said that due to the large number of infants in the institution, an additional room has been provided for their accommodation, so that the children can be protected from inconvenience and infection. He said that for the investigation of this case, a joint committee consisting of a chief probation officer and a doctor from the department was formed and instructions were given to provide a detailed investigation report. Action will be taken against culpable staff after this report arrives.