The lockdown necessitated because of the coronavirus outbreak has come at an enormous price not solely by way of the influence on the financial system however on human life as effectively. Thousands of poor migrant employees from completely different states are stranded in numerous cities and determined to return to their native villages. Several heartfelt tales have come to fore throughout this lockdown, touted to be the world’s greatest to include the unfold of coronavirus.
The same story involving a minor lady from Telangana has come to fore. The lady walked 150 km to succeed in her native Bijapur district in Chhattisgarh, however died only a few kms earlier than her dwelling.
The 12-year-old lady labored on the chilly fields in a village in Telangana to earn a livelihood for her household. Desperate to succeed in her village, the lady started her journey on April 15 together with 11 others who labored along with her.
They walked for 3 days, reducing by means of forests and avoiding the freeway attributable to patrolling. However, the lady developed an excruciating ache in her abdomen simply round 14 km from dwelling and was pressured to cease there. As per studies, she collapsed there and died on the spot.
Her physique was then taken to her dwelling in an ambulance. According to docs, the lady was severely dehydrated and malnourished. Her coronavirus exams got here out detrimental. “She may have suffered electrolyte imbalance in her body too,” BR Pujari, senior district medical officer, stated.
According to the deceased lady’s father, she had been working in Telangana for 2 months. “She had walked for three days. She suffered from vomiting and stomach ache,” the lady’s father stated.
Meanwhile, the state authorities has introduced Rs 1 lakh compensation for the lady’s household.
The lockdown pressured migrants to stroll again to their native villages as all financial actions had been suspended because of the lockdown introduced by the federal government. Road, rail and air site visitors had been additionally halted by the federal government to forestall mass motion, forcing migrant employees to stroll again to their native villages tons of of kms away.