65 students fall sick - Jawahar Navoday Vidyalaya

65 students fall sick - Jawahar Navoday Vidyalaya

The students studying in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Ramkhiriya are suffering from water borne diseases.

There is panic situation in the school as the large number of students have fallen sick all at sudden.

The school children in the whole year drink water of a huge pit of NMDC diamond mines. In these circumstances it became our helplessness to provide water from the pit of NMDC.
HRD ministry spends lakhs of rupees for the facilities of these schools but the students of this school are unable to get safe drinking water. There are better facilities like meal, boarding , reading and sports in the school premises but in last two decades the administration was unable to provide proper medical and drinking water facilities here.

The students of the school are forced to drink impure water which leads towards the water borne diseases. As a result the students who come healthy from their homes but here they fall sick.

The parents who came to know about their ward's illness they took their children with them for treatment.

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