Basics of the basic equipment of how to become a Smart Village

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Saharapur. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath appealed to the village chiefs to make the villages smart, but many villages in the district do not even have basic facilities such as electricity, water, roads, education, health. In many villages in the Shakambhari region there is no cellular network, so talking about the Internet is meaningless. Even today, the road in the villages of Yamuna Khadar from Gangoh is difficult due to waterlogging and dirt on the roads. The contagion causes devastating consequences in this area every year. In such a situation it would be meaningless to even dream of an intelligent village.
– The contact between the villages and the headquarters has been broken
Many villages in the Shivalik foothills in the Shakambhari region are far from basic facilities. Many villages like Kothdi, Chetram, Dost Mohammad, Khushiram, Tulsi, Parian, Dharam Singh, Bhikkhu and Rampur, Badkalan, Indrapur Talda etc. are surrounded on all sides by raining rivers. In the rainy season, their contact with the headquarters in Tehsil is cut off. In the summer, hand pumps installed at a depth of 100 to 400 feet are also the answer. Water has to be fetched from several kilometers away to saturate the throat. There is no telephone system as there is no telecom network tower. The delivery is suspended for several days. Bhopal Singh, former head of Rampur Badkalan, Sanjay Chaudhary, former head of Kothdi, Chaudhary Tahir, Ankit Chauhan, Rajkumar Rathod etc. say that many generations have struggled with these problems but have not been able to improve.
Khadar area is a victim of neglect
About a dozen villages in Gangoh Yamuna Khadar are in poor condition. These villages of Halwana, Nai Majra, Daulatpur, Banukhedi, Begi, Kunda Khurd, etc. are at the far end of the UP border next to the Yamuna River. These villages still lack basic facilities. You also have to drive 15 to 25 kilometers for the training to Inter. Villagers Mustafa, Amitabh Garg, Arvind Chaudhary, Janeshwar Prasad, etc. say that this area has been a victim of neglect by public officials since independence.
forced to drink contaminated water
In the Deoband area, the village of Panchayat Bhawanpur with 3000 inhabitants, consisting of Dharampur and Hulasgarh Majros, lacks basic facilities. The children have to cover six kilometers to study. There are no provisions for a clean drinking water supply in the village. Only contaminated water from hand pumps may be drunk. For treatment, the villagers have to go to the deodorant, 12 km away.
Accumulation of wastewater in the population
Saharapur. An attentive reader from the village of Nandi Ferozepur sent Amar Ujala a photo about the disorder of cleanliness in the village. There is an accumulation of dirty water among the population in the village. If this spreads the mosquito outbreak, there is also a risk of the disease spreading. This is the situation when Gram Panchayats were recently established and the campaign to improve hygiene and cleanliness continues from village to village.

Saharapur. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath appealed to the village chiefs to make the villages smart, but many villages in the district do not even have basic facilities such as electricity, water, roads, education, health. In many villages in the Shakambhari region there is no cellular network, so talking about the Internet is meaningless. Even today, the road in the villages of Yamuna Khadar from Gangoh is difficult due to waterlogging and dirt on the roads. The contagion causes devastating consequences in this area every year. In such a situation it would be meaningless to even dream of an intelligent village.

– The contact between the villages and the headquarters has been broken

Many villages in the Shivalik foothills in the Shakambhari region are far from basic facilities. Many villages like Kothdi, Chetram, Dost Mohammad, Khushiram, Tulsi, Parian, Dharam Singh, Bhikkhu and Rampur, Badkalan, Indrapur Talda etc. are surrounded on all sides by raining rivers. In the rainy season, their contact with the headquarters in Tehsil is cut off. In the summer, hand pumps installed at a depth of 100 to 400 feet are also the answer. Water has to be fetched from several kilometers away to saturate the throat. There is no telephone system as there is no telecom network tower. The delivery is suspended for several days. Bhopal Singh, former head of Rampur Badkalan, Sanjay Chaudhary, former head of Kothdi, Chaudhary Tahir, Ankit Chauhan, Rajkumar Rathod etc. say that many generations have struggled with these problems but have not been able to improve.

Khadar area is a victim of neglect

About a dozen villages in Gangoh Yamuna Khadar are in poor condition. These villages of Halwana, Nai Majra, Daulatpur, Banukhedi, Begi, Kunda Khurd, etc. are at the far end of the UP border next to the Yamuna River. These villages still lack basic facilities. You also have to drive 15 to 25 kilometers for the training to Inter. Villagers Mustafa, Amitabh Garg, Arvind Chaudhary, Janeshwar Prasad, etc. say that this area has been a victim of neglect by public officials since independence.

forced to drink contaminated water

In the Deoband area, the village of Panchayat Bhawanpur with 3000 inhabitants, consisting of Dharampur and Hulasgarh Majros, lacks basic facilities. The children have to cover six kilometers to study. There are no provisions for a clean drinking water supply in the village. Only contaminated water from hand pumps may be drunk. For treatment, the villagers have to go to the deodorant, 12 km away.

Accumulation of wastewater in the population

Saharapur. An attentive reader from the village of Nandi Ferozepur sent Amar Ujala a photo about the disorder of cleanliness in the village. There is an accumulation of dirty water among the population in the village. If this spreads the mosquito outbreak, there is also a risk of the disease spreading. This is the situation when Gram Panchayats were recently established and the campaign to improve hygiene and cleanliness continues from village to village.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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