IDP village of 40 adivasi families from Chhattisgarh in AP has no facilities...

Sheikh Haneef is visiting Toggudem village in Uperu panchayat in Kukunur mandal of West Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh where 40 adivasi families live. These are Internally Displaced People ( IDPs) from Chhattisgarh who were forced to flee their homes due to Maoist conflict there. They say in their new village they have no water, road, electricity or anganwadi. children are malnourished, school is far so they don’t go to school. He requests us to call officers to help these suffering people and children. Haneef@8106546745

Posted on: May 11, 2016. Tags: CHHATTISGARH DR HANEEF GONDI

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