3 children died after giving cough syrup at Delhi's Mohalla Clinic, BJP leaders allege, three doctor

In Delhi, 16 children became ill and 3 of them died due to the side effects of a cough syrup. The case of Dextromethorphan cough syrup came to light in the investigation report of this case.

New Delhi: Delhi BJP Delhi State President Adesh Gupta and BJP leader Amit Malviya have claimed that 3 children died due to cough syrup at Delhi government's Mohalla Clinic, they have demanded an inquiry into the matter by calling the doctors unfit. BJP Delhi State President Adesh Gupta has also made a post on social media. He has written that why did Arvind Kejriwal play with the lives of children. He further said that this medicine should not be given to children below four years of age, but Kejriwal's Mohalla Clinic is giving these medicines to children without any prescription.


Delhi government has taken a big action in the case of death of three children due to wrong consultation at Delhi Mohalla Clinic'. The investigation report of these deaths, which happened about four months ago, has come to the fore. A case of death of three children due to side-effects of Dextromethorphan Cough Syrup has come to light at Kalavati Saran Hospital in Delhi, BJP's IT cell chief Amit Malviya claimed. It has been revealed that those children were given dextromethorphan syrup, due to its poisoning, the children died.


BJP has surrounded the Aam Aadmi Party regarding this matter. BJP has accused the Kejriwal government of negligence in health services. BJP Delhi State President Adesh Gupta has also made a post on social media, he has written that from the life of children Why did Arvind Kejriwal play with it..


In Delhi, 16 children became ill and 3 of them died due to the side effect of a cough syrup. The case of Dextromethorphan cough syrup came to light in the investigation report of this case.

At the same time, BJP's IT cell chief Amit Malviya raised questions on the Kejriwal government of Delhi, as well as questioned the work of Mohalla clinics and doctors there.


At the same time, after this report, the DGHS of the Central Government issued instructions to the Delhi Government saying that you should issue a notice and inform it to all Mohalla Clinics and Dispensaries, so that this medicine is not prescribed to children below 4 years of age.