Sandhya, the daughter of the former sarpanch’s father Esubabu, was taken to Bhadrachalam when she was suffering from fever and vomiting. The girl died there. Death of fever before the end of the month filled the village with great sadness. Earlier, Esubabu’s father got fever. After treatment, Esubabu recovered and reached home. The next day Sandhya got fever. Sandhya was taken to Chintoor Area Hospital. From there, they were shifted to Bhadrachalam for better treatment. The girl died there.
TDP National General Secretary Nara Lokesh reacted to the child’s death. He said that the merged mandals are throbbing with poisonous fever. Jagan expressed deep anger on the government’s behavior. Jagan Reddy, will Maya’s words that she will protect her like an uncle bring the life of the child Sandhya! When we visited the flood-affected areas, even if we paid minimal attention to the problems of that village, the darkness of a child remained between us. Is it fair to take the lives of children in the mother’s lap as if they gave it to the mother? People are suffering from poisonous fever in the merged mandals. There are no test kits and medicines in the hospital. Even though four people have died in Chintoor area, there is no movement in the government. Lokesh tweeted, Chief Minister, Humanity is no matter what the angle.
Karam Sandhya is studying fifth standard. During the visit of the Chief Minister, it was seen in action. She gave good answers to CM Jagan’s questions. She said that her parents have two children. She has received education gift and Ammaodi schemes. This girl, who had received the CM’s blessings that she would study better than her elder sister, died after a month of severe fever, filled with great sadness. Sandhya’s father Karam Esubabu is a former sarpanch. Mother is an anganwadi teacher