Village teachers in Chhattisgarh carry 6 km mid day meal daily

Teachers have requested the state government to build a road to connect the community with the school located in the hills.

Teachers from a village in Balrampur district of Chhattisgarh walk 8 km every day to different parts of the country and take rations to a government school so that the students get regular mid-day meal.

Teachers have called on the state government to build a road connecting the hill school to the village.

Speaking to ANI, Sushil Yadav, a teacher, said, “There are many difficulties. Roads are very chaotic, especially on rainy days. We have to cross different terrains. There are also wildlife threats. But we want. Make sure you get a mid-day meal every day.We are requesting the government to build a road to the village.

“Two teachers have been posted at Khadiya Damar Gram Panchayat Government School here. Teachers come here on foot. I salute the dedication of these teachers,” said Laxman, a resident.

Balrampur district education officer B Ekka said, “I have considered the matter. Our two teachers Sushil Yadav and Pankaj are there. They took the mid-day meal ration from the PDS shop to the village school. It is located in the hills. I salute them for this work.” “


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.