Rajasthan: Education is the basic right of children. The passion to study is so much that even after risking their lives, they cross the flowing water with the help of a rope and go to school. On the one hand, the government promises to provide good education and roads to children across the country, every day much such news comes to the fore which raises questions about it. One such video is going viral on social media from Ghevariya village of the Kotri sub-division area in Rajasthan where 35 children of the village risk their lives and cross their skin with the help of a rope to go to school during the rainy season.
These children have no option but to use ropes to cross the skin. When the skin shows its fierce form during heavy rains, either the student is unable to go to school or has to travel 15 kilometres for three kilometres to go to school. Government Higher Secondary School is located at Kanti Gram Panchayat Headquarters which is three km away from Ghevariya village.
Ratan Lal Balai Sarpanch, Gram Panchayat Kanti told that in this regard the school informed about this problem by sending a letter to the education department, public representatives and administrative officials. But till now there is no solution.
Along with this, he said that due to the non-availability of culverts, students have to face the problem of coming and going. An amount of Rs 4 crore has been sanctioned from the District Mineral Foundation Trust Fund (DMFT) for the construction of the culvert, but the construction work of the culvert has not started till now due to a lack of tender.
This village Ghevariya, which comes under Gram Panchayat Kanti, has a population of about 1200-1300 people. There is a paved road up to the Gram Panchayat, but there is only one loophole on this road, in which neither pipes have been laid to drain the water, nor concrete construction has been done, on which the students and villagers have to face a lot of trouble during the rainy season. is falling A big accident can happen anytime while crossing the skin during rain.