In India, the poor are always an afterthought. It seems strange, given that it is a country where millions of people live in extreme poverty, but that is how things have always been. When the Indian Government announced a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of Coronavirus, many backward areas of India have started awakening the possibility of serious problems like unemployment and starvation.
A backward area Asha Nagar, block – Bihar Sharif, Bihar is beset by similar problems. Here most peoples are daily earners and were belongs to the backward class Muslim community, who were engaged in the profession of weavers and daily wages. The work of these families is closed and due to the lack of income they are unable to buy food items, vegetables, medicine. With the planning to help of such affected families, Bhartiya Jan Utthan Parishad identified 30 families, undergoing a very sensitive situation and we distributed flour, Soyabeans, salt, detergent powder and mustard oil among them.