Delhi riots victims stranded in flooded relief camps
Heavy rains in Delhi have flooded the relief camp at Mustafabad, the camp already in crisis has become awful due to rains
Heavy rains in Delhi have flooded the relief camp at Mustafabad.
The camp already in crisis has become awful due to rains.
The tents are soaked, the beddings wet, and the compound had flooded.
There is garbage strewn all over. There are no dry spots in the camp.
The toilets are outside the camp but there is no covered path to access them.
This makes it difficult for more people to access it.
Clothes which were donated to the camp lie in a bundle at the corner of the camp.
There is chaos all around. The people are confused, and they all want to go back.
The situation can lead to a breakout of a health hazard.
The Central and the Delhi governments have turned a blind eye to the terrible situation.
Around 10000 People have turned homeless due to the riots in Delhi
Around 1000 people who have taken shelter in the camp are stranded in crisis
Food, water and sanitation crisis in the camp has become worse due to rains.
“We don’t know what to do. There doesn’t seem to be an end to our suffering...
... The government has shown no inclination to help us get back on our feet. We want to go home."
Lamented Khadija Khatoon, whose “house and motorcycle were burnt in the violence at Shiv Vihar.
The coronavirus nightmare has aggravated the worries of people at the camp.
There is just no help from the government for the relief camp left in distress.