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Thursday, 21 January 2021

a mother is wiping the tears of her children with tears in her eyes

The fate of the poor:There is no roof to live on and no bread to eat, a hut was also broken, a mother is wiping the tears of her children with tears in her eyes



Amidst the bitter cold, a mother with her children is watching the crumbling debris of her home.

Where is the feeling of a sensitive government talking about wiping the tears of the poor?


A team from the Municipal Corporation's pressure department reached the roof of Makubhai Seth's house, Khariwadi in Khanpur area of ​​Ahmedabad city today with police-manpower to remove the pressure. People continued to protest to save their homes, but eventually the system broke the pressure. 

When the state government identifies itself as a sensitive government, the fate of the poor remains poor. People who have lived on the roof for years are now homeless. They no longer have a roof over their heads and no bread to eat. Their children wandered the streets in the bitter cold. Here are the questions being asked where is the sensitivity of the government



I am constantly worried about where I will go if I am asked to leave this road.

AMC team turns bulldozer on the roof of Makubhai Seth
. Poor people live in years old huts near Rifle Club near Shahpur in the city. Government machinery is at work today to demolish their homes. Amidst the bitter cold, a mother with her children is watching the crumbling debris of her home and wiping away her tears as she explains to her children where to go now. This morning, a convoy of police arrived at the Rifle Club in Shahpur area with a team of sabotage equipment. 

There Makubhai was to break Seth's roof. How many sitting leaders came there in the morning to save their houses from being demolished, but it is said that the fate of the poor is poor. All was gone and the roof began to break.



Some children were sitting on beds on the sidewalk with their belongings.

Where will I go if the hut is demolished but removed from the road?
At approximately 12 noon, government bulldozers arrived and began tearing down the roofs. While all this was going on, a woman was sitting on the sidewalk on the bed, putting her household belongings. He built a cot with his bed, which had a small child in it. 



It was a pity to see this woman. The woman's name is Sheila. He told Divyabhaskar that now we are on this road, I have four children, not to eat at home. No relatives here, we don't know where to go. There was a hut, which also broke down. Now, if someone asks me to go down this road, I am constantly worried about where I will go.

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