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40 people fell ill after consuming food at public gathering in Gwalior

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40 people fell ill after consuming food at public gathering in Gwalior

40 people fell ill after consuming food at public gathering in Gwalior

Around 40 people fell ill after consuming food at public gathering in Madhya Pradesh's Gwalior.

Out of these, four persons were shifted to hospital after their condition deteriorated.

However, those hospitalised are now stable.

"4 persons shifted to hospital after their condition deteriorated.

They're stable now.

It was a case of food poisoning.

Team will conduct survey in village," said CMHO, Gwalior.


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