Narayanpur: Mansingh and colleagues returned home from Tamil Nadu, got employment under MNREGA in the village itself

Now it is realized that things are easily available in the house, not outside

    Narayanpur 3 June 2020 Hundreds of miles away every year, workers and workers leave home in search of work for new dreams. Shri Mansingh of Dhur Naxal-affected Temarugaon in Narayanpur district and his two companions Shri Ramsingh and Kumbulal also left home in search of work and left for the state of Tamil Nadu. He was also aware of this that even the less well-educated people had problems of living and eating, even after getting good work, they had left. A few days ago, due to the corona epidemic lockdown, a new crisis came in front of them, the work stopped. Started to remind me of home. In the hour of crisis, now he realized that every convenience in the house gets easily.

    Mansingh and his companions started eating food. There was no hope of any help from anywhere. Then appealed to the Chhattisgarh government. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel showed his sensitivity to bring back thousands of migrant workers, workers like Mansingh. In the time of crisis, the work of migrant workers trapped in various states of Chhattisgarh including special trains, buses etc., to bring them back safely and safely back home. The Chief Minister also gave relaxation in economic activities in rural areas, so that villagers get work and their livelihood problem is overcome. The government has provided employment under MGNREGA to its migrant workers at their place of residence. In which the work is being done to empower them financially by conducting employment oriented works. Mansingh thanked the Chief Minister for this. Today, Mansingh and his colleagues are working in the MNREGA in their village.

    Under the MNREGA, these days, extensive work has been started in the gram panchayats of the district. In the lockdown period, these works are being done to provide employment to the villagers in the village as well as to conserve water, save water and save natural resources. According to the guidelines of the government, measures have been taken to prevent the infection of corona virus in all work sites. Under these measures, strict instructions are being followed to cover the mouth with a mask or cloth, wash hands with soap and maintain physical distance from each other.