COVID-19 relief not reached to half of the poorest population of India

COVID-19 relief not reached to half of the poorest population of India

Let’s know about the COVID-19 relief, which’s supposed to be reached poor households across India. Over half of the poorest population in India in severe trouble. However, some of the poorest people already are independent because they’ve resumed working on daily wages. This does not mean that the BJP gov’t is not responsible to help each and every poorest family in India. This is so because funds collected through PM CARES still unnoticed or not transparent and also not examined.

However, the amount collected through PM CARES could be a staggering Billions of INR. This makes us to question the central gov’t.

No medical assistance provided to the poor people still in accordance with the fight against COVID-19. No sympathy and no logical understanding of the basic needs of the poor people discussed. That’s what hurts a lot. If poor people helped then from there, the country can progress.

The National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) reported that: COVID-19 relief not yet reached to most of the poor people. Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana have also not reached most of the schedule cast and schedule tribe (SC & ST) households. However, most of the poor people including the SC & ST earn less than 5000 per month.

And so it’s rightful to ask questions to the central gov’t for the benefit of the poor people during the pandemic. COVID-19 relief should be reached to every poor household. And if this never happens within a month or so then, India will be under more trouble soon.

The middle class also couldn’t afford to pay their Children’s school fee. They’re having online classes and also schools are charging hefty fees. Either the fees in the schools should be reduced much more or jobs to the middle class should be provided.

Khalid M Raza

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