BSF organizes health camp at remote villages of ADC
Agartala : By Our Correspondent
Infrastructure of remote ADC villages has been collapsed due to lack of government assistance. Sources said that 52 families are staying at Bhagamura and Mahamayabari villages. All the villagers are jumia and farmers. They drink water from rivulet as pure drinking water. Sources said that most of the villagers from child to aged persons are suffering from diarrhea and malaria. Condition of road and power are serious in the village.
Elected member of the village Charan Kumar Tripura said, no government assistance received for solving problems under Satchand Block. The quality of education is deteriorating day by day. Sources said that 31 students are studying at Bhangamura Primary School. Only two teachers Rajani Kumar Tripura and Dalan Kumar Tripura are engaged in the school. Headmaster of the school said that one teacher of the school is engaged in census duty. As a result he has to conduct 5 classes. A new building is necessary for the school. Because the students have lack of space in the old building.
Sources said that Commandant of BSF 60 Battalion Anil Bharma extended hand for organizing health camp in the village. A health camp was organized in the village today on the occasion of Golden Jubilee celebration of the battalion. A medical team led by Dr. S.P. Chakraborty treated 200 patients and provided medicine for them. In an interview BSF Officer T.N.Thakur said, BSF will take initiative to provide drinking water and filter at houses of the village. Besides, BSF will take steps to reach the seek patients of the village to Srinagar PHC by car.