Lizard at anganwadi lunch, seven children admitted to government hospital in Tamil Nadu – New Indian Express | Tech US News


Author: Express News Service

RAMANATHAPURAM: Seven children from an anganwadi in Panaiyangal village near Keelakarai have been admitted to hospital due to the alleged presence of a dead lizard in the food they were served. Official sources said that the children were under observation at the hospital for one day and that they did not have any serious problems.

“On Monday, anganwadi workers Devika and Jenshiya spotted a dead lizard in the food they were serving to the children. District Collector Johny Tom Varghese visited the government hospital where the children were admitted.

Speaking to TNIE, a project officer of Integrated Child Development Services said, “All children are safe. All anganwadi workers in the district have been given strict orders to be extra careful while handling food for children. Food safety officials will also provide special worker awareness’.


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