As of 7 August, 72 children, including several newborns, died at Baba Raghav Das Hospital (BRD), due to an alleged interruption in the supply of liquid oxygen. The state government, however, denied that children died due to oxygen shortages.
“Bhavvyata aur shaleenta se baar manayen Janmashtami, Bhartiya sanskriti ke anusaar ho is varsh ka aayojan. (Celebrate Janmashtami in a grand and decent manner, and follow the Indian tradition),” ANI quoted Adityanath as saying on Monday.
He asked the police department to follow the traditions in the celebration of the festival.
The Chief of Police of Uttar Pradesh (DGP) has sent the chief minister’s order to all police officers in different districts of the state.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has refused to take its motu knowledge of child deaths. Upon hearing a petition seeking an investigation into the incident by a Special Investigation Team, the court, composed of Supreme Judge JS Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud, requested the petitioner to approach the Supreme Court of Allahabad with his Complaints.
Although reports suggest that children died due to oxygen shortages, the Adityanath government has claimed that the deaths occurred due to acute, unrestrained encephalitis in eastern Uttar Pradesh.
The media were creating “fake propaganda” since only one death had occurred due to oxygen shortages, Adityanath said.
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