CM Yogi Adityanath on Gorakhpur deaths: Will not spare the guilty

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Gorakhpur: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held an emergency meeting today in wake of tragedy at BRD Medical college here in which 36 kids dies allegedly due to lack of oxygen supply. CM Adityanath said in a press conference after the meeting that guilty will not be spared. He informed that a committee to be led by chief secretary would probe the role of the oxygen vendor.

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Oxygen supply was interrupted but no death because of that, says Siddharth Nath Singh

UP Health Minister Siddharth Nath Singh says that there were different reasons for the death of kids

I have full sympathy with the parents who lost their children.

I visited BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur twice after taking over as CM.

Hon’ble PM is very upset over the reports of death and he has assured all help to the state.

MoS Anupriya Patel has visited the state.

I would request the media to put the facts in right perspective.

Two of our ministers have visited the hospital and they were told to find out what was the cause of deaths and who is responsible for the laxity.

We have formed a committee to probe the role of the oxygen supplier. It is criminal if the children died due to lack of oxygen supply.

Will not spare the guilty in any way.

We have set up a committee under the chairmanship of chief secretary to probe the supplier’s role, says CM

The right data of deaths, whether it happened due to lack of oxygen and who is responsible for the deaths, says CM

There are different data about deaths coming out in the media

I request media to put the things in right perspective, says CM

PM is worried about whatever has come out in the media and has assured cooperation in every respect to tackle the encephalitis, says CM

It was me who began fight against encephalitis in Gorakhpur, says CM Adityanath