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Delhi Chief Minister asks children to participate in Delhi government’s anti-dengue campaign. Delhi News – Times of India

New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Children urged to participate in Delhi government on Saturday anti dengue campaign, and check for any pooled water in and around your homes and drain it. The theme of this week’s campaign against Dengue is ‘Delhi Ke Bachcha’ and ‘Delhi Ke Bachcha’.come on kidsLet’s give dengue a kick; 10 Hafte 10 Baje 10 Minute This is the tagline of ‘Trick’, the statement said.
The Chief Minister said, “Dear children, get ready to fight Dengue. To save Delhi from Dengue, do 10 minutes of homework every Sunday. For this we need to find out water logging in our homes and nearby areas. needed.”
“If we find water, let us flush it out, change it regularly or cover it with a small layer of oil. Let us also call our friends and ask them to participate in this campaign. Come, your Save Delhi from dengue.” The statement quoted the Chief Minister as saying.
The Delhi government, like last year, has launched its ’10 Hafte, 10 Baje, 10 Minute’ campaign to eliminate dengue in Delhi, an official statement said.
All the ministers, MLAs and officers of the Delhi government are also participating in the campaign and are cleaning the water that collects in their homes every Sunday.
The maximum number of dengue cases are reported every year between September 1 and November 15.
In 2015, Delhi had 15,867 cases of dengue and around 60 people died due to the disease. The government had launched an anti-dengue campaign ’10 Hafte, 10 Baje, 10 Minute’ in 2019 and that year, 2,036 dengue cases were reported, while only two people died.
At the same time, the result of this campaign in 2020 was even more encouraging. Last year only 1,269 cases of dengue were reported and not a single death was reported. PTI SLB TDS TDS


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