Uttar Pradesh: Family did not get bread for 10 days, everyone's health deteriorated due to hunger, hospitalized
A heart-wrenching case has come to light from Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh. Here the health of a woman and her five children deteriorated due to hunger, after which all were admitted to the hospital. The woman and her children did not have bread to eat for the last 10 days. Now after being admitted to the hospital, some NGOs are helping the family.
According to the information, this whole matter is of Nagla of Police Station Sasni area of Aligarh. A woman named Guddi lives here. He has five children. They have three sons and two daughters. Guddi told that before the lockdown in 2020, her husband Vinod had died due to illness, after which she did a job of Rs 4,000 in a factory to feed the family. He told that the factory was closed due to loss during the lockdown and he lost his job.
Ration used to come when I got work
Guddi said that after a few days the ration water of the house ran out and after that we kept filling our stomachs with the food given by the people. After this, the eldest son Vijay started labor work when the lockdown opened. He said that the day he got work, the work used to go on that day, but then we had to sleep hungry.
He told that in the meantime the health of daughter Anuradha started deteriorating and other members of the family also started falling ill. Meanwhile, the second wave of corono came and due to the lockdown, Vijay also stopped getting wages.
had to spend the night drinking water
Guddi and Vijay told that we have not got enough food for the last 2 months. One has to fill the stomach with whatever the people around give. He said that on the day when nothing is available, one has to sleep only after drinking water. He told that for the last 10 days there is no bread.
Daughter-son-in-law admitted to hospital
According to Guddi, when her elder daughter's husband came to know about their condition, they admitted everyone to Malkhan Singh District Hospital. He said that he definitely helped us but the financial condition of daughter-in-law is also not good. Doctors are now taking care of the victim's family in the hospital and on the other hand some NGOs have also come forward to help.