video | Save Hinduism, but who will save their lives? This villager’s question to the Chief Minister The students of Sangli Atpadi Vakshewadi village have to pass through the water of the drain to go to school.

Not only school students but other citizens of the basti are also suffering. Farmers cannot cross the drain because their fields are near the drain.

TV9 Marathi Digital Team


MoneyMattere.com Digital Team | Edited by: Manjiri Dharmadhikari

September 15, 2022 | 6:02 pm




Sangli: Chief Minister Eknath Shinde (CM Eknath Shinde) recently announced. They say that they want to save Hinduism. You save religion, but what happens to the children of the village first? A villager from Sangli has appealed saying that he has to risk his life every day to go to school. Sangli (Sangli) Atpadi Taluka of the district (Atpadi Taluka) Savla in Vakshewadi village is at some distance from Vasti village. One has to cross a drain to reach this settlement. There is no access road during monsoon, when the stream receives a large amount of water, the connection between the village and the settlement is cut off. School children of the basti have to pass through this drain to go to school.

Not only school students but other citizens of the basti are also suffering. Farmers cannot cross the drain because their fields are near the drain. In this, the students are facing a lot of trouble. A villager said that even after talking to the local representatives about the road from time to time, the representatives are ignoring them.

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