Rajasthan Gram Panchayat Lockdown Situation Report;  Villagers Live Without Electricity Roads Or Mobile Networks |  The farther the electric-road, the farther the corona;  The lockdown was imposed from March before the second wave came.


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  • Villages with a population of around 9000 come within a radius of 25 kilometers
  • Samples were also taken for investigation, but the report of all came negative

There is no road, no electricity and no network in Pal and Mand Kala of Pratapgarh, Rajasthan. These shortcomings are proving to be a strength in the fight against Corona. Today, we take you to those villages of Rajasthan, where people have to go through rough roads, trails and water to reach.

1. What is corona here, even cough-fever could not knock.
– Report of Ajay Kumar from Pratapgarh and Mahesh Rao from Barrawarda

In the first wave of Corona, there were more than 100 villages in the district which were completely safe, but the second wave took them. However, there are still some gram panchayats and revenue villages where even Corona, cough and fever could not knock. The reason for this is the public representative and the awareness of the villagers.

About 55 km from the district headquarters is the Gram Panchayat Pal. About 8 kilometers from here, the gram panchayat is Mand Kala. These two gram panchayats have 8 revenue villages and more than 20 dhanis. These are spread over a radius of about 25 kilometers. The population is 9 thousand people.

By the way, so far only 6 villagers with 10 frontline workers have got corona vaccine, but none has been corona. In these 14 months, no case of corona has been reported anywhere. It is not that samples were not taken here. The health department also took samples, but all came negative.

As far as the distance from the health center, Corona is so much Only
After leaving Pratapgarh, one has to travel about 55 kilometers to the Gram Panchayat Pal. About 10 kilometers ahead of the diversion of Jakham dam, the wheel of Bhaskar team’s car was punctured while reaching Anoppura Van Naka under Sita Mata Century. Put a second wheel in the middle forest with the help of stepney, but after one kilometer, the wind also came out of it. The road was so bumpy and winding that the car stopped overheating.

From here, with the help of a bolero, he traveled about 7 kilometers ahead, but after this there was no way to go from here. Bhaskar’s reporter took a bicycle from an acquaintance and proceeded on the trail to the forest. Just a little further, the fill area of ​​the river Jakham came. Somewhere there was half fit and somewhere there was water to the knees.

Opened the shoes in his hand and completed the next journey of about two and a half kilometers from here. But just before the entry in Pal, the sarpanch Sangeeta Meena and her husband Babulal Meena, who are monitoring here, blocked the way. When he told the reason for coming, he said that for the first time a media person has stepped here, it was a great pleasure. Come on, let me tell you the tricks here.

The people here, who we considered to be deficiencies, are working to make it a force. Huh
Pal has no road, electricity and mobile network. The distance of all these facilities is at least 18 km from here. The nearest community health center Gyaspur is also 18 km away. Pal Gram Panchayat is the first village beyond which the boundary of all the other villages starts or, say, the village inhabited by Sita Mata Century.

Sarpanch Sangeeta Meena said that the only way to get into the sail due to lack of road is a temporary bridge, but to keep the corona away, a broken tree kept in the water has now been turned to the side so that there is no need to go in and out. Don’t come or go.

To go to Pal Panchayat, one has to cross the road in this way.  Here the sarpanch, her husband and public representative are guarded.

To go to Pal Panchayat, one has to cross the road in this way. Here the sarpanch, her husband and public representative are guarded.

There is no electricity, no mobile, no tension, Bhanji Meena, the sarpanch of Mand Kala, says that there is no electricity here. If there is no mobile network, then usually the news related to Corona also does not reach directly. People do not have mental stress and do not have heart related illnesses. If there was electricity, there would be TV and mobile. If misinformation and news reached the people through social media or other medium, confusion would have spread.

These 5 steps to stop Corona’s steps
Lockdown since 3 March, all events canceled

The state government initiated a strict lockdown from May 3, while sarpanch and public representatives already sensed a second wave of corona in all these villages. From March 3 to June, all religious and social events were canceled and instructions were given to postpone the marriages.

The sarpanch and the people’s representatives would patrol the streets themselves Huh
In village panchayat pal and mand kala, including both sarpanch, sub sarpanch pal samaji meena, laxman meena of mandawala, social activist Ramesh chandra meena, sohan lal meena and many ward panches themselves on the way to enter the village in 4-4 hours shifts a day Give.

The needy are also allowed to come and go, but the needless are also given back empty-handed. Apart from this, people’s houses are also built in rural areas at a considerable distance from each other. In such a situation, people have been following social distancing since ancient times.

The houses in the village are built so far away, as if there is social distancing between the houses.

The houses in the village are built so far away, as if there is social distancing between the houses.

Through MNREGA in the village itself employment
The main employment of villagers here is tendu patta. But often one has to go out of the village to sell tendu leaves. This led to the risk of corona infection. Sarpanch Sangeeta Meena and Bhanji Meena persuaded the contractor to purchase it directly at the village level so that people would not have to go out. The second was broken through MNREGA. Every dhani decided to give employment to 30 people once every 2 months.

No haggling, nursing youngsters help
Health worker Kavita Meena in Pal, Ramila Meena in Talai Pal, Sansar Meena in Mand Kala, under the supervision of PEEO Nanuram Ram Meena, are constantly surveying and providing medical facilities here. But many times facilities do not reach remote dhanis. For this, help is being taken from youths like Mukesh Chandra Pargi, Deepak Raj Garasia, Vikas Kumar Solanki. About 10 years ago, the villagers had driven away the two hawkish doctors who came here.

Every house masks and Sanitizer
Whether it is the population of the main township of the village or any house in remote dhanis. Here you will find masks and sanitizers in almost every house. When the Bhaskar team reached Naraji Meena’s house in Khalel, they were shocked to see everyone’s masks, from the smallest to the elders. He got his hands sanitized as soon as he came inside and then gave him water to drink. He informed that free masks and sanitizers have been given to people in Pal Gram Panchayat on behalf of Sarpanch Sangeeta Meena.

Everyone from children to old people will be wearing masks and using sanitizers.

Everyone from children to old people will be wearing masks and using sanitizers.

2. People did not come forward for the funeral of the woman
– Yadavindra Singh Rathore from Sikar
Report

In the villages of Sikar district, the havoc of Karrona is not stopping. Woods were needed for the funeral of a Corona-positive woman in Balanra Gram Panchayat, but no tractor-trolley agreed to pay. Fearing Kareena, everyone made excuses and set aside the pall. Finally, a young man brought his tractor-trolley and reached the crematorium with wood from the field. In the last 19 days in the village of Balanra, 19 people will be killed.

No help was forthcoming for the funeral of the woman at the Balanra Gram Panchayat.

No help was forthcoming for the funeral of the woman at the Balanra Gram Panchayat.

Rareun will bring five of the same family to the village, on the sixth ventilator
Fearing for Kareena in Rerun Badi Gram Panchayat of Laxmangarh tehsil, they have even stopped to get out of the house. The sarpanch of the village, Mahendra Gurjar, said that from Kareena, 14 villagers will be defeated in 13 days. Five people will be killed in a family.

Samvat Singh Shekhawat of the family said that his nephew Chhetusinh had an accident in Satna, during his treatment in Jaipur, he was put to death by Kavid. On May 1, the elder brother Rajendrasinh was killed. Rajendrasinh’s elder mother passed away from Dawood May Kaweed. After this, Chretusinh’s mother Sarej Kanwar died on 8 May. After his last rites, the same day, Samvat Singh’s brother brother Anand Singh died at the Sanwali Kavid Center at Dapehar Dae. 22-year-old nephew Dipendrasingh Shekhawat is on ventilator at Sanwali Kaide Hospital.

Samvat Singh Shekhawat said that for three days, he has been executing Laxmangarh BCMO Dilip Singh Kulhari, but the team has not come for investigation till date. Had the whole family been investigated, they would have played with the negatives and quarantined them in relationship terms.

Weddings shared care
In the last gram panchayat Dantru of the district, 30 people died in 19 days. Jethwa was married in Bas on April 15 and April 26 to the two sons of former sarpanch Supyar Devi wife Ganesh Khichad. More than 1500 people and many public representatives were also involved in this marriage. It is believed that Corona spread from here.

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Mohit Yadav

By Mohit Yadav

Mr. Mohit Yadav holds a degree of M.A. in Mass Communication with specialization in journalism. He has a work experience of 6 years and has worked overseas also. He is chief journalist and covers National news. You can contact him here Email:- mohit@latestindianewstoday.com