The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and different organizations on Wednesday have discovered that pesticide residues have been the explanation for the outbreak of the mysterious sickness in Andhra Pradesh’s West Godavari district headquarters Eluru, a state authorities assertion stated.
“The specialists stated a long run in-depth examine is required to know how these residues of pesticides entered the human physique,” it stated.
Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has entrusted this accountability to AIIMS, and the Indian Institute of Chemical Expertise (IICT).
He held a video convention with specialists on the mysterious sickness.
The CM additionally instructed officers to conduct exams throughout West Godavari, together with on ingesting water samples from all sources in all of the districts.
“The samples needs to be collected systematically and needs to be analysed with specialists. AIIMS and IICT ought to conduct a deep examine in the long run on the causes of the outbreak in Eluru. I’ve requested the Chief Secretary to arrange an motion plan for this,” he stated.
Reddy additionally stated that natural farming needs to be inspired and consciousness created on this amongst farmers.