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Jharkhand: 70-year-old brought on shoulder to bank for pension via 15 kilometre trail in Gumla

75 per cent of the Saira panchayat is inhabited by primitive tribes and tribal communities in the eastern plateau region,

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Jharkhand: 70-year-old brought on shoulder to bank for pension via 15 kilometre trail in Gumla

The 70-year-old woman was brought to Bishupur Cooperative Bank by the family on 15 km trail away from Jalim village of Bishupur block. From where the old lady was transported to the village after withdrawing the pension money.

It may be known that 75 per cent of the Saira panchayat is inhabited by primitive tribes and tribal communities in the eastern plateau region, which includes dozens of villages and there is a lack of road to come to the block headquarters even today. That is the reason why any person falls ill or an elderly needs to come to the block headquarters for any work, he is brought to Bishupur by the family.

Apart from that, the villagers have to come to the weekly Haat Bishupur to sell the goods they need and all the people carry their needs on their own. Despite this, the government has not provided an access path for these people so far, which is why people face a lot of difficulties.

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