Bastar Flood Makde Situation Worse In Bastar Villages Disconnected From Main Routes Chhattisgarh ANN
Bastar Rain News: In some districts of Bastar division, the...
Bastar Rain News: In some districts of Bastar division, the floods caused by heavy rains have added to the problems of the people. Especially the areas adjoining Sukma’s Konta, Bijapur and Narayanpur’s Abujhmad have been cut off from the main roads. Due to the disconnection of the main roads, people are facing many problems. People are finding it difficult to meet their livelihood, education and most of all health related needs. River drains are in spate in the interior areas. The government has not constructed a bridge culvert to connect the villagers with the main roads.
There is compulsion to take patients to Kanwar
Seriously ill patients are being forced to take them to rural Kanwar. Villagers have to walk for miles due to non-availability of ambulance facilities. In Kanwar, pregnant women and patients suffering from other diseases are being taken to the health center. Overall, the rain has become a disaster for the villagers. The health facility system has collapsed due to the rains.
Ambulances not reaching interior areas
The whole country is celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. In the Naxal-affected areas of Bastar, the villagers are craving for basic facilities. The villagers are facing a lot of problems especially during the rainy season. Even today, due to lack of access to health facilities in the interior areas, serious patients are taken to the health center by walking for many miles on the basis of kanwar. Most of the villagers in the Abujhmad area are facing trouble during the rainy season. Whether pregnant women or seriously ill patients of the village are not getting the benefit of health facilities immediately.
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Lack of facilities in Naxal affected areas
People say that due to heavy rains, river drains come in spate. Many villages are cut off from the main road. In such a situation, even basic facilities and services are not available to the people. The biggest problem is health services. Apart from seasonal diseases, diseases like malaria, dengue spread during the rainy season. Many times the health staff is not able to reach due to the road being cut and many times people also die due to lack of treatment.
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