Dalit household in MP pressured to reside in bathroom


Tikamgarh (Madhya Pradesh), July 25

Promise of offering housing to the poor has been made by each Centre in addition to state governments however a Dalit household in Tikamgarh district of Madhya Pradesh is pressured to reside in a rest room for the final a number of years.

However, the administration denied that the household resides in the bathroom.

Maganlal Ahirwar, his spouse and 4 youngsters reside in Keshavgarh Gram Panchayat of Mohangarh space of Tikamgarh district. All of them have been dwelling in the bathroom for 4 years. Ahirwar’s spouse Phula Devi stated she informed the authorities a number of occasions that her household did not get home beneath the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, however nobody listened. The couple even received their daughter married in the identical bathroom.

They even received an electrical energy connection and fuel connection beneath the Ujjwala scheme.

Mohangarh tehsildar Dr. Abhijeet Singh informed IANS, “I got to know about the case and have asked for the report. Maganlal Ahirwar came to the office two-three days ago and denied that he was living in the toilet with his family. He has an ancestral house in the village.”

He may need lived in a rest room earlier however at present he isn’t dwelling there, Dr Singh added. IANS



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