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Atmanirbhar Bharat Andhra Pradesh: With No Help From Govt, ‘Atmanirbhar’ Villagers Collect Rs 10 Lakh & Construct Road

Atmanirbhar Bharat Andhra Pradesh: With No Help From Govt, ‘Atmanirbhar’ Villagers Collect Rs 10 Lakh & Construct RoadAtmanirbhar Bharat

For a long time, residents of Chintamala in Vizianagaram district, Andhra Pradesh, have been ready for the district administration to put a motorable street to their hilltop village. 

According to India Today, the tribal hamlet of 150 homes, positioned on the Andhra Pradesh-Odisha border, stays reduce off throughout monsoon season making life powerful for the villagers. 

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The folks have had no street connectivity even after seven a long time of Independence, and that is inflicting them issues together with throughout medical emergencies.

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As acknowledged by India Today, for years the residents have been utilizing a sling to hold very sick folks or pregnant girls within the absence of a motorable street. 

Villagers requested a number of public representatives and officers for assist however to no avail. Fed up with the lackadaisical response, the residents determined to turn out to be ‘atmanirbhar’.

This should #ShameIndia: pregnant lady Muthamma needed to be carried 6-7 km like this in ‘doli’ as a result of there isn’t a street connectivity; tribals in Maasika Valasachintala Saluru mandal Vizianagaram district #AP determined they need to spotlight their plight to world utilizing cell phone @ndtv pic.twitter.com/WjOQfEVntp

— Uma Sudhir (@umasudhir) September 7, 2018

According to The New Indian Express, the poor tribal folks from the village in Saluru mandal collected cash for the five-kilometre-long street to attach them to Sagumarri village. They pooled Rs 2,000 every and picked up Rs 10 lakh. Some of the villagers even needed to promote their harvest, whereas just a few even mortgaged their valuables to collect the sum.

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“I contributed Rs 8,000 by selling paddy and ragi (finger millet), for laying of the road to the village,” a resident named CH Raju advised The New Indian Express.

“We produce paddy, maize and other millets in our hilltop village, and transportation of the harvest is a big challenge to us. We carry our crops and walk to the nearby villages in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh to sell them,” he added. 

The villagers held a gathering and determined to gather Rs 2,000 from every household, making a complete of Rs 10 lakh. Construction has now begun.  

After the villagers unbelievable initiative made information, the built-in tribal improvement company has promised a Rs 10 lakh-fund in the direction of street, water and sanitation amenities within the hamlet. 

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