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The Road is paved with Kanduri frustrated with the government housing scheme

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The road is paved with Kanduri frustrated with the government housing scheme
Widow Kandiri Pidisika and son Kameshwar Pidisika are seen living in Jhati Mati Kudia in Sadar village of Narayanpur panchayat in Kalyan Singhpur block of Rayagada district. It has been almost four years since the floods destroyed in 2014. The widow Kandiri is holding her son in a small hut. Betty is carrying a piece of wood around her, and Betty is throwing a jar at her.It is still cold, dry and rainy, but it is still raining. He said it was very difficult to sleep when it was raining heavily. "The family is below the poverty line. They get a monthly widow's allowance of Rs 500 and get 10 kg of rice," said Kandiri. With so much money, two animals always have to work because of the problem of stagnation. "It simply came to our notice then.The widow Kandiri said the poor families were not included in the government's housing scheme to date. The house was demolished in the 2014 floods, which appealed to everyone from the panchayat to the block, but administrative officials remained silent and demanded that the poor families be included in the housing scheme and provided with housing immediately.Asked about the government's Mal Mal Yojana, the Thai government also said that the poorest families in Thailand were receiving help. Now the government has enacted such a law that even if we want to, it cannot be helped. "Because I don't know about that, I had to fix the video that was in the 1018 flood period."

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