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Schools have crossed the drain from tractor-trolley: 12 children have been in risk, financial weight on parents

Schools have crossed the drain from tractor-trolley: 12 children have been in risk, financial weight on parents

12 children of Kharoi and Lashmipura of Dooni tehsil of Tonk district have to cross 3-4 feet of water in the middle of the way to go to school and cross the tractor-trolley. Due to this, there is a possibility of accident while crossing the drain along with the financial loss to the family members. The parents also informed the district administration a week ago, but no one paid attention to their problem. Due to this, these children have to cross the risky journey and have to go to school in Ghad town. Parents said that the school is about 3 km from the village. This year, this problem has arisen due to the new Enicut in the filler area near the drain. Now this drain will be filled with water till the enicut is full of water. Bhagchand Meena of Dhani Ki Dhani said that this year a new Enicut has been constructed. As soon as it rains, the Enicut was filled and the drain is filled with 3 to 4 feet of water. Parent Bhagchand Meena said that one of his nieces and two nephews go to school. In between, it has to be taken from a tractor-trolley to cross this drain. The cost of about 100 rupees is coming daily on this. At the same time, there is a possibility of an accident. The work of Khetibadi, a tractor-trolley owner Harishankar Meena, a resident of Dhani, Khareda, said that the work of farming is greatly affected by leaving the children to school daily. Four times, they have to travel to the school with a tractor trolley. Due to this, 400-500 diesel etc. are being spent. Can't do more work throughout the day. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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