Homeless family found their home after a collapsed house took shelter in a public toilet in Sonbhadra

Amar Ujala Network, Sonbhadra

Published by: Geetarjuna Gautam
Updated Sun June 20, 2021 5:47 PM IST

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A family home in Sonbhadra District fell from a tree. He had to hurry to take refuge in the toilet. Now they have been temporarily housed in the empty rooms of Kashiram Shahari Awas Yojana.

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At Mallhia Tola 8 station in Chopan Nagar Panchayat district of Sonbhadra district, a person fell from house to house on Friday evening in persistent rain. Because of this, he had to take refuge in a public toilet. After that, arrangements were made for her to stay in the vacant rooms of the Kashiram Urban Housing Scheme.Rajendra Nishad, a resident of Mallhiya Tola, works as the son of Ramlal Rajgir. Due to three days of continuous rain, a huge neem tree fell on his house on Friday night, causing his house to collapse. He lived in this house with his wife, six daughters and two sons.

Rajendra Nishad’s wife, Meera Devi, said we have been living here for 10-15 years. Two years ago the first installment of the Nagar Panchayat came under the Pradhan mantri Urban Awas Yojana, but due to the lack of the second installment, a Pucca house could not be built. So they lived in the old house.

Because of the rain and strong wind, all members of the house ran to the nearby public toilet building. Otherwise a serious accident cannot be ruled out. Speaking to Nagar Panchayat’s general manager Mahendra Kumar Singh, he said that despite the passage of the first tranche, Rajendra was unable to build the house due to domestic disputes. Temporary accommodation is currently planned in the empty rooms of Kashiram Shahari Awas Yojana. Until the prime minister’s residence is built.

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At Mallhia Tola 8 station in Chopan Nagar Panchayat district of Sonbhadra district, a person fell from house to house on Friday evening in persistent rain. Because of this, he had to take refuge in a public toilet. After that, arrangements were made for her to stay in the vacant rooms of the Kashiram Urban Housing Scheme.

Rajendra Nishad, a resident of Mallhiya Tola, works as the son of Ramlal Rajgir. Due to three days of continuous rain, a huge neem tree fell on his house on Friday night, causing his house to collapse. He lived in this house with his wife, six daughters and two sons.

Rajendra Nishad’s wife, Meera Devi, said we have been living here for 10-15 years. Two years ago the first installment of the Nagar Panchayat came under the Pradhan mantri Urban Awas Yojana, but due to the lack of the second installment, a Pucca house could not be built. So they lived in the old house.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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