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Gorakhpur Massacre

Yogi and state authorities silent.

It is a dark day in the history of India, when 30 children died due to improper care in the hospital unit of Baba Raghav Das Medical College of Gorakhpur. Deaths took place due to lack of oxygen supply across hospital wards. Authorities are confirming that this tragedy happened due to non payment of fees related to oxygen and other payments.

Gorakhpur is the home state of current Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Sri. Yogi Adityanath. Gorakhpur comes into Uttar Pradesh state and given high priority due to Chief Minister's former constituency status. 

Yogi Adityanath claims that Gorakhpur is a well maintained constituency and given special care in all aspects related with education, healthcare and basic amenities.

After the death of 30 children his claims are seen as mere falsehood by the Firebrand Chief Minister. The tragic incidence in Gorakhpur is seen as a total collapse of system and healthcare in the region. Education and healthcare budget in Uttar Pradesh going through a steep fall after Yogi declared a cut in education budget from Rs 9,990 crore to Rs. 576 Crore in secondary education for FY18. 

COWard Healthcare and Education

In Yogi's Uttar Pradesh, Gorakhpur and other regions saw a rise in 'GauHatya' incidents. Rapes and other crimes also jumped high as per government statistics. Where on the other side of the shore, people are suffering from day to day to crimes in Uttar Pradesh.



Government of Uttar Pradesh not taking a single hard step in Cow related crimes. It is a matter of question that, instead of dividing the state on cow or temple politics, why Chief Minister is taking a clear stand on uplifting lives of people of Uttar Pradesh and of course Gorakhpur as well. 

Uttar Pradesh needs healthcare and education, these are the two assets through which a large section of citizens of Uttar Pradesh can benefit truly. 

Families who lost their children should given proper compensation and mental support to cope up with upcoming stress. 


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