Lockdown: 12-year-old woman strolling 150 km, died earlier than reaching residence

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Bijapur: The employment of staff has been misplaced as a result of lockdown throughout the nation. In such a scenario, attributable to lack of food and drinks within the cities, the employees have left for his or her properties on foot. We had not but forgotten the incident of lathi cost on laborers in Bandra, Mumbai, that an incident has come to the fore today that has shaken as much as the within.

In truth, a 12-year-old woman coming back from Telangana to her residence in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh died earlier than reaching the village. <! –

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                 He died attributable to lack of water within the physique within the scorching warmth and scorching warmth. The incident occurred final Friday however the matter has now come to mild.

According to the information of the information company ANI, the 12-year-old woman Jamlo Maqdam used to work in chilli fields in Kanniguda in Telangana. After the lockdown resumed from April 15, the opposite laborers who labored with him determined to return to their village. The woman set out on foot with a gaggle of 11 individuals. After strolling for 3 days, he coated a distance of 150 km. But the woman died in Bijapur just a few kilometers earlier than reaching residence on the morning of 18 April.

CMHO Bijapur says that "I have not yet seen the post-mortem report of the girl. She must have died due to dehydration, exhaustion and electrolyte imbalance."

He stated that the woman had gone to Telangana to work in chilli fields with others. Since there was no technique of coming back from Telangana as a result of lockdown, all of them left on foot. His physique has been preserved and samples have been despatched for testing as a precaution. After the postmortem, additional motion will probably be taken.

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