Appearing before the court on Tuesday, the caste Hindus raised no objections to undergoing the test.
Upon receiving information, Panyam MLA Katasani Rambhupal Reddy visited the village to assess the situation and consoled the affected families.
Atishi on Monday said that she has directed the Delhi Jal Board CEO to ensure find a solution within 48 hours and submit a compliance report.
The CB-CID had moved court seeking to subject the 10 to a narco-analysis test as part of its probe.
The panchayat officials, upon inspection, discovered that the pipeline was damaged. Chlorine-treated water was distributed to the village through tanker lorries.
NLC India Ltd, formerly known as Neyveli Lignite Corporation, however, refutes allegations of wrongdoing. Claims all measures are taken to ensure regulatory guidelines are followed.
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Minister D Sudhakar said, what happened in Kavadigarahatti should never recur, and the government has sought a comprehensive report from the district administration, CMC, and the health department.
Deputy Commissioner Divyaprabhu GRJ on Friday said three of the eight stool samples tested showed the presence of vibrio cholerae bacteria and doctors are treating the patients for this.
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Eight of them, however, skipped it and some of them moved the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court seeking to quash the special court order directing them to undergo the test.
Doctors advised people to be aware of changes in the colour of water and taste which can occur due to contamination with sewage.
Kharge told TNIE that the local team headed by the DC is expected to complete the investigation within a week.
Zilla panchayat CEOs should visit taluks and keep tabs on the functioning of panchayat development officers (PDOs).
Local people expressed anger against the district authorities for negligence as more than 40 persons have fallen sick due to the consumption of contaminated water so far.
All the affected, including the deceased, were admitted to hospitals with symptoms of vomiting and dehydration caused due to contamination.