Shocking : Paint ‘I Am Poor’ on Your Walls, Rajasthan Government Tells BPL Families

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Poor people who live under the BPL(below poverty line) in Rajasthan are been found to face humiliation and regret on the cost that they are poor if they try to avail the welfare schemes proposed by the government.

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Poor people who seek ration facilities under the National food security act are been humiliated and the local administration of dausa district that poor people regret from being poor. As they were forced to paint’ I am poor and I avail government benefits’ on all the houses which belong to the poor or a BPL family.


About 50000 houses in sikrai and bandikui tehsils of dausa district have been subjected to this campaign. There are been cases registered that the people who are not ever able to avail the government facilities bowed their head and accepted their fate and allowed the administration to put up the boards outside their houses. Image

A case of two ladies durga Devi and Sugni registered that they are not able to receive any ration for last one year and still are subjected to the Yellow​ boards. The local administration of dausa district have reached to an extent that poor people regret from being poor.

Dausa’s additional collector, K.C. Sharma, told HT that the district administration had not issued any such order. “The zila parishad could have issued the directive as there were complaints of misuse of the Food Security Act by those who are not eligible. I will look into this complaint,” he said.

The Raje government, which has been busy rewriting history, eliminating Urdu-medium schools, denying justice to families of lynching victims, introducing a cow surcharge tax, and, of course, getting everyone to do yoga, clearly hasn’t been able to fix the issue in past four years.

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Source : The Wire




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