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Mystery shrouds the Tragic Deaths of widows in Vrindavan

  • Tragic Deaths of Three Mothers at Krishna Kutir Ashram: Authorities Launch Investigation Amidst Panic
  • The situation remains tense as more than 20 women are still reported to be in critical condition. The need of the hour is a swift and comprehensive investigation to provide answers to the grieving families and prevent any future occurrences.

2023.08.03 (Vrindavan Today News): The recent deaths at Krishna Kutir Ashram have raised concerns among the community and have prompted both the health department and the district administration to spring into action. The authorities are now focusing on conducting a thorough investigation to ascertain the cause of these tragic deaths and identify any lapses that may have led to this unfortunate situation.

The untimely demise of three women at Krishna Kutir Ashram has sparked controversy, which raised the question if the widow mothers are properly taken care at the ashram run by the government.

 On Monday, health department teams were busy conducting investigations, while a committee formed by the District Magistrate has also initiated its inquiry. Adding to the distress, another 90-year-old woman, Aamadi Mehta, succumbed to diarrhoea, leading doctors to provide immediate medical intervention.

A team of senior doctors led by the Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ajay Kumar Verma, have been working tirelessly to provide the best treatment to the ailing mothers who fell ill due to diarrhea three days ago. Thorough health check-ups were carried out on all women, and Dr. Rachna Gupta, the nodal officer of the Health Department, also visited the premises to gather information on their health conditions. Additionally, Neeru Sharma, Secretary of the Additional Sessions Judge and District Legal Services Authority, visited the ashram to understand the entire sequence of events and provide necessary guidance on improving the women’s health.

Simultaneously, the committee formed by the District Magistrate conducted on-site inspections, interacting with the residents to learn about their health conditions. They also examined the available facilities, including food and water arrangements, to ensure that the mothers are receiving adequate care.

As part of the efforts to provide safe drinking water, two new RO systems have been installed at the ashram, starting Monday. The occasion saw the presence of top officials, including the Municipal Commissioner Kranti Shekhar Singh, Additional District Magistrate Administration Vijay Shankar Dubey, Dr. Bhudev Singh, and Assistant Food Commissioner Gaurishankar, among others.

The magistrate inquiry will be crucial in determining accountability and ensuring that those responsible for any negligence are brought to justice. public The local people from Vrindavan demanded transparent and unbiased findings, as they deserve to know the truth behind these heart-wrenching incidents.

The situation remains tense as more than 20 women are still reported to be in critical condition. The need of the hour is a swift and comprehensive investigation to provide answers to the grieving families and prevent any future occurrences.

The authorities must act decisively and implement necessary measures to ensure the safety and well-being of vulnerable populations within the ashram. Only then can they restore public faith in their ability to handle such situations responsibly.

As the investigation unfolds, the authorities must demonstrate their commitment to transparency and hold any guilty parties accountable for their actions. It is imperative to bring closure to this unfortunate chapter and ensure that the women residing at Krishna Kutir Ashram are provided with the care and protection they rightfully deserve.

ABOUT KRISHNA KUTIR

The widows’ home ‘Krishna Kutir’ was set up by the Ministry of Women and Child Development under its ‘Swadhar Greh Scheme’. The Ministry started the ‘Swadhar Greh scheme’ to provide such facilities to abandoned women. The purpose of setting up the widow home was not only reduce their difficulties but will also help them live a dignified life with a sense of confidence.

The widows’ home was constructed with an aim to mitigate the plight of widows living in pathetic condition in Vrindavan. The Ministry took cognizance of the shocking condition of widows living in Vrindavan who refused to go back to their native place or their home.

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