1835 Village Panchayats Supervision Committees increase – 1835 Village Panchayats Supervision Committees increase

Harega Corona: So far, 1,165 monitoring committees have been responsible for door-to-door survey work
The committees performed an antigen test on 37,004 people and received 8,410 positive results
Lakhimpur Kheri In order to beat Corona, the number of surveillance committees in panchayats in the village will be increased from 1165 to 3000, which will speed up the door-to-door investigation. As of April 1, 2021, 1,165 monitoring committees have performed antigen tests on 37,004 people, of whom 8410 were found to be corona positive. At the same time, 8396 people were identified with symptoms, including symptoms of cold, cough, etc.
Approximately four thousand Mazre villages are also included in the district’s 1,165-gram panchayat, while the district administration established a monitoring committee in each gram panchayat. The survey teams did not even reach 50 percent of the majors. The survey team consists of Asha, Anganwadi workers, Lekhpal, Kotdars, Shikshamitras and street sweepers. Of these, however, employees other than Asha and Anganwadi workers do not work together.
According to the Sutra, Lekhpal, Kotdar, Shikshamitra and Scavengers are not interested in surveying work, which is slowing the progress of surveying in the villages, while the government is placing the greatest emphasis on monitoring committees in the fight against Corona. Many large grams of panchayats consist of more than ten majra in which there is a need to form multiple teams.
DM Shailendra Kumar Singh has ordered the number of supervisory committees to be increased from 1,165 to 3,000. It is expected that the survey work will be accelerated as expected. Monitoring committees conduct a survey. In the villages, 1,035 migrants from outside were examined. DPRO Soumya Sheel Singh said there are around 3,000 Asha and similar Anganwadi workers in the district, all of whom have been included on the monitoring committee because of them. Increasing the number of monitoring committees makes the survey work easier, which contributes to effective control of the corona.
The villagers are still afraid of getting the vaccine
Lakhimpur Kheri Villagers are still afraid of getting the vaccine, so the number of people vaccinated over 45 years of age is very low in the villages. People who have diabetes, heart disease, respiratory disease, etc. are concerned about the side effects of the vaccine. Because of this, the number of villagers who vaccinated in the villages remains very low. This was found when interviewing monitoring committees.
The survey team was instructed by the villagers to get the fever from the vaccine and health is deteriorating, while some said they shouldn’t get the vaccine due to other serious illnesses, while doctors say the diabetics and heart patients must get the vaccine .
There are 130 people over the age of 45 in Panchayat Adhachat Village of Sadar Block, and only one person took the first dose. Because of this, the administration vaccinated people by setting up camp in the village on Saturday. Similar is the case with other gram panchayats, where there is confusion among people about their being vaccinated.
DPRO Soumishil Singh said monitoring committees have also been entrusted with vaccinations. Now the teams will motivate people to get vaccinated in the villages.

Harega Corona: So far, 1,165 monitoring committees have been responsible for door-to-door survey work

The committees performed an antigen test on 37,004 people and received 8,410 positive results

Lakhimpur Kheri In order to beat Corona, the number of surveillance committees in panchayats in the village will be increased from 1165 to 3000, which will speed up the door-to-door investigation. As of April 1, 2021, 1,165 monitoring committees have performed antigen tests on 37,004 people, of whom 8410 were found to be corona positive. At the same time, 8396 people were identified with symptoms, including symptoms of cold, cough, etc.

Approximately four thousand Mazre villages are also included in the district’s 1,165-gram panchayat, while the district administration established a monitoring committee in each gram panchayat. The survey teams did not even reach 50 percent of the majors. The survey team consists of Asha, Anganwadi workers, Lekhpal, Kotdars, Shikshamitras and street sweepers. Of these, however, other employees except Asha and Anganwadi workers do not work together.

According to the Sutra, Lekhpal, Kotdar, Shikshamitra and Scavengers are not interested in surveying work, which is slowing the progress of surveying in the villages, while the government is placing the greatest emphasis on monitoring committees in the fight against Corona. Many large grams of panchayats consist of more than ten majra in which there is a need to form multiple teams.

DM Shailendra Kumar Singh has ordered the number of Supervisory Committees to be increased from 1,165 to 3,000. It is expected that the necessary survey work can be accelerated. Monitoring committees conduct a survey. In the villages, 1,035 migrants from outside were examined. DPRO Soumya Sheel Singh said there are around 3,000 Asha and similar Anganwadi workers in the district, all of whom have been included on the monitoring committee because of them. Increasing the number of monitoring committees makes the survey work easier, which contributes to effective control of the corona.

The villagers are still afraid of getting the vaccine

Lakhimpur Kheri Villagers are still afraid of getting the vaccine, so the number of people vaccinated over 45 years of age is very low in the villages. People who have diabetes, heart disease, respiratory disease, etc. are concerned about the side effects of the vaccine. Because of this, the number of villagers who vaccinated in the villages remains very low. This was found when interviewing monitoring committees.

The survey team was instructed by the villagers to get the fever from the vaccine and health is deteriorating, while some said they shouldn’t get the vaccine due to other serious illnesses, while doctors say the diabetics and heart patients must get the vaccine .

There are 130 people over the age of 45 in Panchayat Adhachat Village of Sadar Block, and only one person took the first dose. Because of this, the administration vaccinated people by setting up camp in the village on Saturday. Similar is the case with other gram panchayats, where there is confusion among people about their being vaccinated.

DPRO Soumishil Singh said monitoring committees have also been entrusted with vaccinations. Now the teams will motivate people to get vaccinated in the villages.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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