Relief India Trust urges Delhi to gear up for Dengue

Relief India Trust urges Delhi to gear up for Dengue

Relief India Trust urges Delhi to gear up for Dengue

Post monsoon is the perfect breeding times for Dengue inflicting mosquitoes. Delhi has already been gripped with this fear. The number of Dengue cases is on a spike. There aren’t enough beds in hospitals to accommodate patients. This has led to a phase where 2-3 patients are forced to share beds. Relief India Trust requests Delhi to take charge of the situation. Prevention is always better than cure. And with a disease like Dengue, this is certainly paramount. The problem should be dealt at the root cause. The mosquitoes shouldn’t breed in the first place. The government since long has been apprising people of the ways with which they can keep Dengue disease to a bay but maybe people and civic authorities have turned a deaf ear to this. And this is costing us a great deal.


  1. amit gupta 15 October, 2015 at 09:15 Reply

    Main aim of this organisation seems to control the dengue spreaded in all over delhi-ncr region. Thanks for spreading the awareness in people for dengue. I hope we soon be able to eradicate the disease.

  2. Shreya Gulati 9 October, 2015 at 09:36 Reply

    Delhi Police have launched a special campaign of blood donation DAAN (Donation and Awareness for Needy) in view of the rising number of dengue cases in the city and increased demand for blood platelets.

  3. Tanvi Dhayni 9 October, 2015 at 07:40 Reply

    Every year Dengue outbreak takes place and yet the government is unable to do something about it. This is a serious issue. Another kid has died of this disease and a major reason for this is that she contracted the disease from the open drains in her colony. Now isn’t this the job of civic authorities that such open drains are taken care of? Insane! Dengue isn’t as harmless as common cold. I am glad this NGO Relief India Trust has taken efforts to spread awareness about Dengue and how to safeguard against it. This is extremely needful. Taking care of the basics go a long way.Kudos to Relief India Trust for they are contributing towards controlling the outbreak.

  4. Shahina Sen 8 October, 2015 at 13:06 Reply

    BJP Controlled Municipal Corporations are equally to be blamed. History is witness to the fact that LORD CLIVE “DIARCHY” did not work, how could ” TRIARCHY” ( Central State Municipal Corporations) can succeed?Let NCR region be under Central Government with a Cabinet Minister to administer it.

  5. Saryu Gulati 24 September, 2015 at 10:47 Reply

    I was diagnosed with dengue fever on 2nd November 2014. I was admitted to the hospital for 5 days where my platelets went down to 30,000. I was given platelets transfusion and on the 7th day my platelets started increasing. It is highly debilitating and depressing especially to a sportsman. I am a fitness freak and swim for about 1 hour continuously. But this fever has really weakened me and I am still feeling the weakness. We should aware everyone.

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