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    Tribal problems
    A road was approved to the Chalisingam town, situated 3 kilometres far from CK Padu in Anakapalle area in 2018-19 duration however the job did not remove
    Two people carrying a dead body tied to a pole and crossing the forest
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    Koppula Ravindra, a 24-year- old male that comes from the tribal town of Chalisingam in Anakapalle area of Andhra Pradesh passed away on the evening of Monday, January 23, at theNarsipatnam Area Government Hospital His body was at first absorbed a rescue approximately CK Padu, a town on the foot of a hillside. From there his family members needed to lug his body on a makeshift cot made from bedsheet and also wood post for 3 kilometres. .
    The road bring about their residence is not motorable. The family members states that they needed to remain together with the body during the night in CK Padu as it was dark currently. According to citizens this is not the initial occurrence reported in the location. In October 2022, one more male, concerning the exact same age as Ravinder passed away because of serious health issues. His body needed to be taken uphill in a comparable fashion.
    “Even when someone is sick we have to carry them like this. We request the government to lay the road,” stated Nukaraya, the loved one that assisted lug Ravindra’s body uphill. According to K Govind Rao, area president of Girijana Sangam Fifth Schedule Sadhana Committee stated a 7 kilometre road was approved in the year 2018- 2019 from CK Padu to Losinghi town, which lies at a greater elevation than Chalisingham town. “After the change in government the project stalled,” he stated.
    Chalisingam town, a Bhagatha neighborhood negotiation, has a populace of concerning 400 individuals. Mohan Rao, Deputy Engineer, Panchayati Raj Rural Development Department, concurred that it held true that the road was approved earlier and also stated, “The roads in the area whichever was has only completed 25% were paused. We are aware of the situation. We have already sent a new estimate for the government. It might be sanctioned soon.”
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