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Jagdalpur: Relief being provided to refugees in 41 relief camps in the district during lock down: facilities being provided to about 1084 refugee people from other states and districts

Jagdalpur: Relief being provided to refugees in 41 relief camps in the district during lock down: facilities being provided to about 1084 refugee people from other states and districts

The needy migrant laborers affected by the lockdown are being provided by the district administration as per the instructions of the relief government by ensuring necessary arrangements including food, accommodation and medical facilities. In district Bastar, about 1084 people are being provided relief through a total of 41 relief camps including 39 camps and 2 NGO camps. These needy people, the schools, ashram schools, community buildings operated in the seven development blocks of the district are being used as shelter. Stopping, eating and drinking and necessary health tests are also being done at the said places. Apart from this, during the lockdown, on 14 April 17254 the district administration has ensured the availability of ration to the non-ration card holders through Gram Panchayat and 132 people by NGOs. Besides, arrangements are being made to feed 6671 people to NMDC and 209 people to the railway and crusher plant.

      Parashuram, who stayed at the village Dhobiguda relief camp in Bakavand block, said that he is a resident of Baloda-Bazar district. He had come to work in a Itabhatti got stuck here in lockdown but the administration has arranged for us to stop, eat and drink. . Parshuram also thanked the state government for this. Similarly, Shastri Mandavi, a resident of Dharsiva, told that he had come with family members to see Danteshwari Mata. Stuck in the lockdown on the way back, they and family members have been stopped at the Village Metawada School in Bastar development block, where the government is providing accommodation and food facilities.

                 15 refugees who stayed in the relief camp Nagarnar Balak Ashram said that they are truck drivers and helpers. They were going to Raipur in a truck in a long time, from there to go to their state Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan but due to the lockdown, the district administration has now Has stopped. Balbir, resident of Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh, said that all kinds of facilities are being provided here, health tests have also been done to us.




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