About Gyan | Oct 22, 2021 | 0
People of Bholia voluntarily imposed 10-day lockdown
Kuchaud (AboutGyan News). The second wave of the Corona epidemic has now reached the villages as well and is increasingly infecting people. While health services in the villages are negligible. The villagers are also worried about this. Havan Abhishekas are also being done to deal with the epidemic. On the other hand, villagers of village Bholia have decided to collectively decide the entire lockdown in the village for 10 days from May 16. The lockdown will remain in force until 25 May. Those who violate it will also be charged a fine of Rs 5100.
The village and villagers, after meeting on Saturday, collectively decided that there will be complete lockdown for 10 days to avoid corona in the village. No person from the village will come out of the house. At the same time, no one will be allowed to come to the village from other places. Also, a penalty of Rs 5100 will be imposed on those who violate this decision. During this time only emergency services will remain operational. Rural Nahar Singh Dodia, Ranjitsingh Dodia, Lokesh Sharma said that most of the people in our nearby villages are suffering from cold-cough fever, there are also some Corona positives, due to which there is a risk of spreading disease in Bholia also in the village. A total decision of 10 days has been imposed by taking collective decision. The youth, including members of the Village Defense Committee, will sit at the intersections and observe the voluntary lockdown. To prevent and control the epidemic, the villagers have decided to collectively lockdown. Currently, a positive patient is currently at home isolation in the village. One has also died. The disease is no longer spread, so a 10-day lockdown has been imposed.
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On the decision of the villagers, furious Tapp Naib Tehsildar Sunil Dabur said that this is a very good initiative, for the control of the epidemic, the villagers coming forward is a good sign that the chain of the epidemic will be broken only. If the villagers of other villages also take similar initiatives, then the corona virus can soon be eradicated.
Afzalpur police station in-charge Moti Ram Chaudhary said that the decision of the villagers of the village Bholia to deal with Corona is welcome, during this time special attention should be taken to ensure that there is no debate, fighting and fighting in the village. Also, there should be no interruption in contingency services.
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Right now the epidemic is spreading more in rural areas. Our villagers are also at risk of coming in contact with corona infected in nearby villages as well as patients suffering from cold, cough and fever. Therefore, all the villagers have taken a collective decision to impose a voluntary lockdown of 10 days so that we villagers get rid of the disease and we remain safe.
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My grandfather told that a similar disease had occurred in Samvat 56, when all the villagers were building huts outside the village for a month, when the epidemic was liberated. Now this corona disease has come in which one can get relief only by staying in the houses. The villagers have voluntarily decided to keep the village closed for 10 days.
-Nahar Singh Dodia, Bholia
Villagers have come forward in times of pandemics and together we will all contribute to the fight against Corona. Inexplicably neither will go out of the village nor allow outsiders to enter inside.
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-Ranjeet Singh Dodia, Bholia
The way the epidemic is spreading in rural areas, so it is very important for us to be vigilant. Otherwise, the villagers may fall prey to it. That is why a 10-day voluntary lockdown has been imposed. Non-compliance will attract a fine of Rs 5100.
– Umaidharam Chauhan, Bholia