”Brother! In the afternoon, every person of the village used to rest by putting a cot outside his house. There was a meeting in every place. There used to be a lot of farming and farming, but now there is complete silence in the streets. The village looks like a desert. It does not seem that this is the same village, where they were born and grew. ”
Narrating the condition of his village, Narendra Kumar Dwivedi, who lives in Paras, the largest village of Ghatampur block, about 45 km from Kanpur, gets sore. He says, God is the boss now! There will hardly be any such house in the village, where no one is ill. Hundreds of people of the village are facing the problem of fever, cold and cough. Within the last two weeks, the village has lost more than 30 people including Rajkumar, Ramshankar, Rajan Babu, Rakesh Savita, Ram Prasad, Kale, and Shomi. Who can get the news of whose death the next moment can not say.
Have all the people in the village died of corona?
In response to this question, Narendra says that it is difficult to say whether everyone died of corona or not, but there is no doubt that the dead were ill. All had corona-like symptoms. If the test was done, then his report would have been positive. In a pained voice, Narendra further says, “Brother, after all this is done, nobody has any attention towards the village. No doctor comes to the village hospital.
Over a year Community Health Center I am locked. In the village, sanitization was done on behalf of the administration, some government camps were also started in the name of testing, but all looked like Khanapurti. People did not get any special benefit from it. The truth is that no one wants to take care of the village. No one lives or dies, no matter what. If there were concerns, doctors would reach the village. The villagers were given medicines.
Now people have even started leaving the village!
The old head of the village appeared to run a little here and there for the people, but now he is not the head. The villagers have chosen their new head. What he does will be known in the coming days. It is a matter of the atmosphere of the village that people are scared. People have even started leaving the village. Everybody wants to go to safe places.
Are you also thinking of leaving the village? In response to this question Narendra says, where will we go sir. One, this epidemic has spread. The business of repeated lockdowns has been destroyed from the top. As it is passing. One or two days is fine, but how many days will last in the relationship
People were not ready to believe that Corona is
Narendra says that initially the villagers were not ready to believe that there is a corona in the village. But when the CAG auditor Rahul Tiwari, who lives in the village, died of corona, people got scared. After this, when the corona was found in eight people of the same family, the panic increased. After this, those who were aware, got their test done and were found positive.
Narendra says no mane or mane, but if every person of the village is subjected to corona test, then every fourth person will get infected with kovid. In such a situation, I told my family that there is no need to go out of the house. I myself also stay at home. For the moment, it is understood that this is the way to escape from Corona. God willing ahead.
People who are ill, their lives are in great danger
Talking on the condition of Paras village, local journalist Dhirendra Singh Sengar says that now there is a fear of going to the nearby villages of Paras as well. Says Dhirendra Paras village is the largest gram sabha of Kanpur. Of here The population is more than 10 thousand. In such a situation, the situation of this village is worrying. Especially, the life of people who are ill is in great danger. Here if more and more soon If testing is not done, the situation of the village may become more fearful. There are many misconceptions among villagers about vaccination too. Because of this people are hesitant to come forward for vaccination. In totality, The administration needs to pay more attention to the village of Paras.