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Mumbai: Mumbai corporator Parmeshwar Kadam Ward No. 33 Ghatkopar, says migrants find difficulty in staying in single room with 10 – 12people

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Mumbai: Mumbai   corporator Parmeshwar Kadam Ward No. 33 Ghatkopar, says migrants find difficulty in staying in single room with 10 – 12people

News Report by: Jui Jadhav.

Mumbai: Migrant Labourerers are finding it difficult and discomfiture to stay with ten people around in a tiny room with 10-12 people around. Maintenance of social distancing, therefore, poses a problem and there is fear of one contracting the infection.

Speaking to Hello Mumbai News reporter Jui Jadhav, Parmeshwar affirmsThe migrants staying in ward no. 33 are provided with food grains kit through various committees every day. Since they stay in slum areas they have to face various issues as social distancing also cannot be maintained among them. There are common toilets for everyone, tenants staying in a single room have to adjust and stay in the house. Thus if they are leaving for their hometown, Police should not stop them, because in the villages they have huge houses and by  staying there they can maintain social distancing. Parmeshwar Kadam also said that they made a list of the migrants and handed over to the police officers so that they are provided food kits.

He said that,” Mumbai-Pune has load of the entire nation, and thus there is more population in these cities. The BMC workers, police officials, doctors, nurses and cleanliness workers are doing their best to come over the situation, but die to the population even they are lacking back. There are no beds available for the people, and mostly people who are from slum areas are ignored due to lack of money. These people involve the drivers, milkman, vegetable seller, fruit vendor, etc. Thus if they are not cured and they work in positive stare the chin of pandemic will never break.” Police in ward no.33 are doing their best for those who are breaking the rule, they are taken to police station and are kept there the whole day, but still there are few people who are not ready to listen and follow the rules.

Parmeshwar Kadam requests the government that not only other stated migrants should be allowed to go home, but also migrants from their own state should be allowed to go home and for that S.T buses should be made available for free of cost. Last but not the least, he requests the people to stay home and stay safe by not coming out of their houses.

 

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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