The National Institute of Health has released its report on the case of deaths due to smoke from factories in Ali Muhammad Goth in Kemari area of Karachi.
In the report released by the National Institute of Health, it is said that four of the dead children had measles while one person was infected with dengue virus.
Officials of the Federal Ministry of Health have revealed that the people of the area used to lock the sick people in the room instead of getting treatment, lack of awareness and negligence of the health department officials caused the deaths.
It should be remembered that earlier a report was also issued by the Sindh Health Department on the issue of mysterious deaths in Ali Muhammad Laghari area of Karachi. According to the report, 18 deaths occurred in Ali Muhammad Goth in 16 days.
The report stated that 49 children in the area were infected with measles, children were not immunized, 15 children died possibly due to measles, 9 girls and 6 boys were among those who died.