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Dengue mosquito-breeding found at LNJP, Civic Centre: report

PTI August 19, 2014 7:58 IST
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New Delhi: Forty-five cases of breeding of dengue mosquitoes were found at various institutions so far this year, including six at Lok Nayak Jaiprakash Hospital (LNJP) and three at the the headquarters of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation itself, the civic body said in a report yesterday.

The violations found in NDMC's different zones were—
City (17), Civil Lines (11), Narela (4), Karol Bagh (4), Sadar Paharganj (4) and Rohini (5), the report said.  Six cases of breeding were found at LNJP in the civic body's City Zone, while three cases were found at the ground floor of the Civic Centre, the NDMC's headquarters, it said.  

Mosquito-breeding was also found at two municipal schools in the City Zone and one in Karol Bagh Zone.  

In Rohini Zone, a case was reported at Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital, said, the report released by Mohan Bhardwaj, chairman, standing committee, NDMC.