These Thottilaguri wall crash survivors find no peace at any place

These Thottilaguri wall crash survivors find no peace at any place

May 29: On the stormy night of June 16, 2013, an illegal compound of a commercial complex at the Bajpe bus stand collapsed on the tiled houses below in Thottilaguri. The wall collapse claimed four lives including that of 14-year-old girl Chaitra and left 18 families homeless. They were temporary relocation to a dirty hostel located next to Bajpe panchayat office, where 11 more people died of dengue and other diseases. Finally, 15 families were rehabilitated atop a hill near the Porkhody government school on January 2, 2016.
Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs Abhaychandra Jain inaugurated the colony and promised to build an ITI centre close to the colony. Parliamentary Secretary to Chief Minister Ivan D’Souza had promised to release Rs 1 lakh and install solar panels on the roof of the settlements. These promises remain unfulfilled.
villagers cremate their dead at a ground located behind the colony and the pyre is lit smoke with the stench of burning flesh blows through the colony making the residents nauseous.
Even though the KIOCL Limited had built an overhead tank of 50,000 litre capacity to ensure water supply in the colony for the last one month, the tank was not filled and the borewell has dried up since past one month.

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