GORAKHPUR TRAGEDY CALLS FOR DEBATE ON CORRUPTION, MISMANAGEMENT, BUT ALSO OUR APATHY TOWARDS PUBLIC HEALTH

But Gorakhpur is not the first such incident, and unless there is a deep dive to find and isolate the root cause, it won't be the last either The post Gorakhpur tragedy calls for debate on corruption, mismanagement, but also our apathy towards public health appeared first on Firstpost.

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Gorakhpur: Gorakhpur is a city in the eastern part of the state of Uttar Pradesh in India, near the border with Nepal. It is the administrative headquarters of Gorakhpur District and Gorakhpur Division. The city is also home to many historic Buddhist sites, Imambara, an 18th-century dargah, and the Gita Press,