Villagers Asked President To Allow Collective Death
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Fed up with the arrangement, hundreds of villagers from three villages in the district have sought permission from the President for his death. For this, the villagers also tweeted to the President and also applied to the portal of the President’s office. They are residents of Karaundi Kolhai, Khara, Bara Itma located in rural Ramnagar tehsil. Now this action has stirred the district. In particular, the Opposition has taken serious questions about the functioning of governance and administration.
Subhash Pandey, who is leading the villagers seeking death, said that all of us villagers have demanded the road through an application memo several times. But the administration received nothing but false assurance. We are being cheated by public representatives under the cover of the road. Our expectations are now broken by governance. Only 9 decimals are deprived of all facilities due to non-acquisition of land.
Last year, during the Jan Aashirvad Yatra, nearly 500 villagers, led by Subhash Pandey, in the presence of the state’s head, including ministers and administrative officials, had conveyed the memorandum addressed to the Chief Minister and conveyed all their problems. At that time Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan assured to open the road in a month. But the road has not been built yet.
The villagers allege that during the construction of the Bansagar dam, we were separated from the already built house. But like all of us here, we are making a living by working hard. But basic facilities like education, health, employment have been deprived to date. During the dam construction, we were offered sacrifices. Now basic facilities are also denied. There is a system of primary education in the village, but children have to go out of the village for higher secondary. Apart from this, one has to go to other villages for a ration shop, an old pension. In such a situation, there is an inconvenience in traffic due to lack of way. He also said that to date the lease of being the landowner has not been given.
Due to the lack of pasture land in the villages, the only Karandi forest was a mountain, where the cattle bovine of Itma Khara, larger than the books, kept coming. But the closure of the common road 25 years ago increased the number of destitute animals in the surrounding village. Due to this, the farming of farmers is getting destroyed. If the path is reopened, there will be a lot of grazing, in which we farmers will be facilitated in farming. Farmer families have been forced to leave farming as their main occupation because of destitute animals.