Bharat Ki Baat: Are world famous lychees of Muzaffarpur, the source of chamki fever?

21 Jun 2019 08:16 PM

Bharat Ki Baat: Are world famous lychees of Muzaffarpur, the source of chamki fever?

Updated 21 Jun 2019 08:16 PM

BJP member from Bihar Rajiv Pratap Rudy Friday urged the government to probe whether
linking deaths of children due to Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) in the state to consumption of litchis was part of a conspiracy to damage the brand name of the fruit. Participating in a debate during the Zero Hour, Rudy said the situation in Bihar's Muzaffarpur was worrisome.
The MP from Bihar's Saran district further said that due to some misinformation many people have stopped eating litchi and drinking litchi juice.

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