Bihar assembly election 2020: reality of Nal Jal Yojana in Rohtas district – Bihar: reality of tap water scheme in Rohtas district, Mahadalit Pokhar’s drinking water

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The people of Mahadalit township of Mauni village in Rohtas district are forced to operate with pokhar water.


Bihar Election 2020: Despite having arsenic and fluoride in the water of Sivasagar block of Sasaram in Rohtas district, Mahadalit township of Mauni village is dependent on the pond for drinking and drinking water. Two years ago, the government pipe and tap were installed in the township but no water was reached. Mahadalits of Mauni village cannot take water from other hamlets. Sohan of Mahadalit Basti says that “If you go to fetch water from other hamlets or bighas, then you fight.” Keep the handle of the Chapakala uprooted. For this reason, we have been drinking and drinking boiled water.

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