A 9-year-old girl who has been at the school for 5 years; Sanjana also has an entrance festival

Thiruvananthapuram ∙ Step out of the school classroom with a fresh bag and books; Enter the next classroom. This is Sanjana’s entry festival this year as well. The school classroom has been ‘home’ for this 4th grader for 5 years. If you take two steps from the classroom where you live now, you will be in the fourth grade.

The story of Suvi Sanjana’s daughter in Valiyathura Tunduvilakat was learned by Malayalam Manorama during the entry ceremony 2020. However, no action was taken by the house. Sanjana, her brother Sanjay (11) and her mother sought shelter at Valiyathura Government School in UP in 2018. Sanjay is also a heart patient.

This camp was opened in 2016 for families of fishermen who lost their homes in the storm. There are now 10 families living in 5 classrooms. 2 families each live in a room bounded by a backward sari. About fifty people live a miserable life like this. With no land or house in their own name, they were not considered for the ‘Punargeham’ scheme to provide houses for fishermen.

129 people were rehabilitated

In 2016, the Fisheries Department announced that 25 crore rupees had been allocated for the rehabilitation of 248 fishermen families who lost their homes due to sea turbulence. Out of them only 129 people moved after receiving the benefit. Officials also said that the entire population within 50 meters of the high tide line can be made the beneficiaries of Punargeham.

English Summary: Sanjana’s life story


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.