A broken home

Tamia, Chhindwara,  Madhya Pradesh | Raju Parteti

Indira Awaas Yojana(IAY)is a social welfare flagship programme, created by the Indian Government, to provide housing for the rural poor in India. Juniya Bai who is a resident of Dobe Village in Madhya Pradesh has not benefited by this scheme. She amongst 40 families is the only one who has not been provided a house.

Please call the Village Council Head, Sirsoo Parteti on +91-8435615474 and ask him to resolve Juniya’s issue on priority.

Raju Parteti reports from Madhya Pradesh for IndiaUnheard.
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