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Incomplete Sheds trying to get Complete


Thousands Of Sheds Near Cambridge School, Zhalta Phata Aurangabad Commonly Called As Chota Dharavi. The Slum Area Which Consist around 400 Families and Most of Them Are Jobless and They are Belongs to Different Castes and Religions. Earlier Some Of Them Used To Live Under The Flyovers Of The City.
They Are Excepting Plots From The Government For Making Their Own Houses. In Current Situation they captured The Plots without Permission of Government and Made Sheds Which Is Totally Illegal but They Aren’t Ready to Leave That Place. According to Tejrao Sapkal the Local Citizen of That Area He Said “Shelter Is Basic Need for Everyone We Are Trying to Managed Our Food and Cloths but without Shelter Where We Can Survived for 2 Years I have been Living Here but Still We have to Walk 2 KM For Water, Women’s Bring This Water By Crossing Roads This Road Is One Of the Busy Road In The City and Women Safety Is also One Of The Factor, Government Should Thing About us and Brings Water Pipeline In Our Area.
In Addition They Also Demanding For Jobs Because We Had Conversation With Other Person Of That Area He Said Daily We Have to go Kamgar Chowk 10 KM Away From Here For  Searching a Job We Are Always Ready For Any Work  We Have To Pay 30 Rupee to Reached Kamgar Chowk If We Don’t Get Work It Means We Wasted 30 Rupee.  
They Have Many Expectations from The Government, At Last They Said Our Dream Will true One Day.


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