Around 80 students in Telangana hospitalized for suspected food poisoning.

In the city of Hyderabad, a distressing incident unfolded involving 78 students from a residential girls school located in Nizamabad district within the state. On a fateful Monday evening, students attending the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) in Bheemgal town experienced a sudden and alarming decline in their health. Following their evening meal, which was served on that very day, a significant number of these students began complaining of severe symptoms, primarily characterized by vomiting and excruciating stomach pain. These distressing developments raised serious concerns of suspected food poisoning within the school premises.

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In light of this concerning situation, swift and decisive action was taken. A total of 78 affected students were promptly admitted to hospitals located in both Bheemgal and Nizamabad for immediate medical attention. The official overseeing this situation described it as a case of mild food poisoning, albeit with significant consequences for the affected students. Thankfully, as of the latest update, all the hospitalized students are reported to be in stable condition and are receiving appropriate medical treatment to aid in their recovery. This incident serves as a stark reminder of the critical importance of food safety and vigilance within educational institutions, and the need for proactive measures to prevent such unfortunate occurrences in the future.

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