Half of the women and children in the country are suffering from anemia, read the survey report

Half of the women and children in the country are suffering from anemia, read the survey report

 A worrying report has come out about anemia in the country. According to the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-5), more than half the population of children and women is suffering from anemia. In the NFHS-5, between 2019 and 2021, states were tested on population, fertility, child health, nutrition and other parameters.

The Health Ministry on Wednesday released the report of its second phase with the survey of 14 states. In the first phase, the report of 22 states and union territories was released in December 2020. The new report also revealed a national picture combining both the reports. The report was prepared in 2015-16 under NFHS-4.

There is evidence of declining fertility rate at the national level: According to NFHS-5, the fertility rate at the national level has become 2.0. This means that every woman of childbearing age in the country is giving birth to an average of two children. In NFHS-4 this rate was 2.2. The availability of contraceptive means has also improved. The standards of women empowerment are also showing a picture of improvement. Nationally, 79 percent of women have a bank account. It was 53 percent in the last survey.

  • 36% of children are underdeveloped for age. In NFHS-4 it was 38 percent
  • 19% of children are victims of wasting (very thin for their age). In NFHS-4 it was 21 percent
  • 32% of children suffer from the condition of being underweight. In NFHS-4 it was 36 percent
  • 64% of children were breastfed under six months of age. In NFHS-4 it was 55 percent

Hospital deliveries increase

  • Nationally, 89% of deliveries took place in hospitals. In NFHS-4 it was 79 percent
  • 100% deliveries take place in hospitals in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu
  • More than 90% of deliveries took place in hospitals in seven states of Phase II
  • 67% of children suffer from anemia, between the ages of six months and five years
  • 57% of women suffer from anemia, aged 15 to 49
  • 25% of men are anaemic, between the ages of 15 and 49

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He searches for abandoned houses during the day, commits theft at night

He searches for abandoned houses during the day, commits theft at night

Shri Mahavirji police station has got success in arresting a vicious thief who carried out the robbery in the abandoned houses. Nakvajan used to target the deserted houses and carry out the theft. Due to many incidents in the police station area, the vicious thief remained a challenge for the police. Police arrested Pintu alias Jitendra Meena, a resident of Bhotwara on the basis of solid information compilation.
Police station in-charge Dharam Singh Gurjar said that on November 22, Nirmal Jain, a resident of the town, had lodged a case of theft in a deserted house. On which the police did extensive research and started investigation on the method of crime and the aspect of causing incidents in deserted houses. On compiling concrete information, the police arrested Pintu alias Jitendra Meena, a resident of Vicious Nakabjan Bhotwara. The arrested accused has confessed to committing theft during preliminary interrogation.
Police said that the accused has admitted to stealing by breaking the lock of the door with a barber, taking advantage of the opportunity during the day and raiding the deserted houses in the area. In Gudhachandraji of Nadauti area, he has also told about carrying out theft incidents three times in a row by marking the deserted houses.

Incidents done in many districts -
Pintu, the vicious of committing crimes in abandoned houses, has committed theft incidents in many districts apart from the area of ​​Shri Mahavirji.
In the initial interrogation, the accused has admitted to committing theft in Karauli, Hindauncity, Shri Mahavirji, Nadauti, Gudhachandraji, besides Dausa, Sawai Madhopur and Chittorgarh districts.

Reiki meeting with colleagues-
Police told that Pintu along with many of his associates are also involved in giving end to the theft. Along with marking the houses that are deserted during the day, they remain cooperative till the end of the crime at night. According to the station in-charge, Pintu alias Jitendra Meena, along with associate Bhagwan Singh Mali, resident of Ranauli village and other members, used to rake abandoned houses in the past. In the houses which were found to be locked, he used to carry out the crime of theft in the night. More than a dozen cases are registered against Jitendra in various police stations. During the interrogation, there is a possibility of disclosure of big incidents of theft from the accused.

A special team
was formed under the supervision of the Superintendent of Police to check the increasing incidents of thefts in the area during winter and wedding season. Simultaneously, night patrolling of the police in the area including the town was intensified. Surveillance was also kept on the suspicious people roaming in the colonies of the town during the day.
Taking serious note of the matter of curbing the theft incidents in the houses, the Superintendent of Police, Mridul Kachhawa, in his own supervision, strengthened the special team and night patrolling system, to prevent theft in the district. In order to curb the incidents and expose them and follow the instructions for the early arrest of the accused, a major action has been taken under the leadership of Police Station Shri Mahavir Ji, SHO Dharam Singh Gurjar.


Police team will get cash reward and appreciation letter- The
police team which has been successful in arresting the vicious Nakabjan of theft incidents in deserted houses will be given cash reward and appreciation letter.
According to the police station, Superintendent of Police Mridul Kachhawa, who were involved in the team, announced to provide cash reward and appreciation letter to Police Officer Dharam Singh Gurjar, Assistant Sub Inspector Gotela, Head Constable Hariram, Constable Ramadhar Gurjar, Constable Ravi Kumar, Nagendrapal, Murari Lal. Is.

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