Neither do they have ration cards to get free ration nor do they have work due to the lockdown.
People are scared that taking the COVID vaccine leads to untimely death.
Five months since the new state government has been sworn in but nothing has changed.
Villagers from the West Champaran district of Bihar are suffering due to lack of ration cards and are unable to fully benefit from free ration schemes distributed by the government
Land and livelihood in Bihar’s West Champaran have been destroyed by continuous floods and Illegal sand mining. Flood affected families are yet to receive rehabilitation.
As the government works to keep tiger reserves free from all human activity, Adivasi communities living in reserve precincts struggle to survive.
The central government provides subsidies for micro-irrigation facilities, but the subsidy is not enough in the face of rising debt and the lack of awareness.
While floods in Bihar get some media attention, the effects on the agrarian community are far reaching and need sustainable solutions rather than immediate relief packages.