Women councilor in Chhattisgarh claims: body is acting like a magnet after vaccination; Coins and steel utensils stick together, not shaken even by shaking hands

Women councilor in Chhattisgarh claims: body is acting like a magnet after vaccination; Coins and steel utensils stick together, not shaken even by shaking hands

                   Councilor Sunita has taken two doses of the vaccine


A woman councilor from Rajnand village in Chhattisgarh has claimed that her body has become magnetic after vaccination. Now his body is working like a magnet. Because of this, coins, iron and steel utensils are sticking to the body. The condition is such that it remains sticky despite shaking hands. A similar incident took place on Friday in Nashik, Maharashtra. A couple has since made a similar claim in Sikar, Rajasthan.


Read the news of Nashik and tested himself

In fact, Sunita Fadnavis is the councilor of ward no. 23 in Rajnand village. He has been given two doses of the vaccine to prevent corona. He was given a second dose on May 2. He said he had read the news about Nashik in the morning. Seeing that, he felt that he should try on himself in this way. It was later found that the left hand was working like a magnet. First saw the coins sticking out. If it went to the top, the mess also started sticking with the hand.


Neighbors who came to know about the information also came to test

As soon as people got information about this, they rushed to the house of Sunita Fadnavis, a woman councilor. They too were amazed to see the utensils in the hands of the councilor. Everyone started getting information about whether the final vaccine was due to some other reason. Vaccination officer VL Kumar also reached his house and he investigated. He said this does not happen after vaccination. A report in this regard will be prepared and sent to the officers.


The collector said- Vaccine safe, stay away from rumors

On the other hand, by the order of Collector Taran Prakash Singh, CMHO Dr. Mithalesh Chaudhary has sent a team to investigate. CMHO Dr. Chaudhary said that this did not happen due to the vaccine. This can happen due to sweating or any other reason, which is a normal process. The vaccine is completely safe and vaccination does not do that. He denied this. Collector Sinha has appealed not to spread rumors or misconceptions about the vaccine.


The Maharashtra government will investigate, doctors in Rajasthan denied the claim


The Maharashtra government is talking of conducting an inquiry into the phenomenon of magnetic force in the body after vaccination. Doctors in Rajasthan, on the other hand, have called the whole incident baseless. "There is a misinformation being spread about the vaccine, which is baseless," he said. But only a few of those millions have it. Sweating in the heat can be one of the reasons for this.

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What is a foreign body?

According to Dr. Dinesh Jindal, a laparoscopic surgeon from Rajasthan, iron bolts and bolts fall into the foreign body category for swallowing or applying rods after fractures. Which contains metal inside the body. This condition can occur in these circumstances.

Source: Divya Bhaskar News report