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    Hyderabad: Many social welfare schools, government schools and divisible by two some reputed institutions are facing problems in metropolis, allege parents and a indefinite but relatively small number students’ associations.

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    It is learnt that a indefinite but relatively small number students of IIIT of Girls Hostel recently suffered from typhoid and were admitted to a infirmary. It is said that HO filled in bottles of students was filled to satisfaction with food of . They someone under suspicion the HO dispensers were not being properly regularly cleaned. When The Hans India contacted the IIIT, Hyderabad, officials denied anyone was hospitalised.

    On stipulation of anonymity, a pupil, said we have got many times complained to our warden regarding the characterized by poverty degree or grade of excellence of HO, as many of our friends were falling ill because of contaminated HO. The HO being supplied to our hostels is unfit for drinking.

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    Students of many social welfare schools and government schools in the metropolis also complained that indecent HO is flowing from their schools’ taps.

    Said a , “we have complained to officials and also requested them to send water samples for testing; but it fell on deaf ears”.

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