GUJAR KHAN: All schools and universities in Punjab have been told not to orchestrate against dengue shower all alone, without first acquiring regard from region wellbeing powers, Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashood said on Monday.
The priest was asking after the strength of schoolgirls as yet experiencing treatment at the Jhelum District Headquarters Hospital (DHQ) in the wake of breathing in the poisonous exhaust of the counter dengue shower, completed by the Government's chief High School for Girls, Domeli.
Of the 136 influenced schoolgirls, no less than 53 are as yet being dealt with at the Jhelum DHQ, while four are getting consideration at the Domeli THQ.
A large portion of the young ladies griped of unpredictable breathing, stomach agonies and dazedness, however specialists said that none of them is in any impending peril.
Mohammad Aamir, whose sister is at present experiencing treatment at the Domeli THQ, told Dawn that she experienced difficulty breathing subsequent to the occurrence's day, yet communicated fulfillment with the level of consideration she was being given.
At the point when inquired as to why the young ladies were being kept in healing facility for so long, Jhelum DHQ Medical Superintendent Dr Shaukat Mahmood said that the young ladies' majority were damaged.
He said he couldn't hazard sending them home before their condition was "100 for every penny stable" on the grounds that the town of Domeli spoke the truth 47km from Jhelum, with couple of parkways of transport accessible to local people. At the point when inquired as to why ambulances were not being made accessible to ship the young ladies in the middle of Domeli and Jhelum, he said that grabbing patients from the residential community was not generally conceivable in light of a lack of ambulances in the area.
Amid his visit to the healing center, the commonplace instruction clergyman said that every single instructive establishment would be given the money related assets important to connect all crevices to hostile to dengue measures, including that the end of dengue was a need for the legislature and no slackness in such manner would be endured.