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Taking a dig at all the three authorities, the court said that the mosquitoes don't wait for meetings and asked the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) to conduct mapping of vulnerable areas where Dengue and Chikungunya cases have occurred.
"The Chief Minister has given instructions to make a comprehensive proposal to make Delhi mosquito free in which help of concerned officials of Union Government, Delhi government and Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) and neighbouring towns of Delhi-NCR region should be taken," said Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in a press briefing.
Informing about the preventive measures, Sisodia said the Chief Minister has ordered to fix the fee of private hospitals that would be treating Dengue and Chikungunya
The Deputy Chief Minister said "All the government hospitals have been asked to increase 10 to 20 percent beds for the fever patients".
At least 1,158 cases of dengue were reported in Delhi with nearly 390 of them being recorded in the first 10 days of September, the month in which the vector- borne disease begins to peak.
As half September month crossed, the death toll from two vector-borne diseases climbed to 30 and the number of affected people crossed 2,800.
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