Hebri: Sick man carried over shoulders for two kilometres due to lack of road


Daijiworld Media Network - Hebri (SP)

Hebri, Sep 14: A person from Kapoli in the taluk had become ill. A team led by Hebri gram panchayat vice president, Ganesh Kumar Jarvattu, carried the sick person over their shoulders for about two km and got him treated for the ailments.

Thimmappa Acharya, a resident of Kapoli, was suffering from illness. Because of his deteriorating condition, he was even unable to walk. His family members were in a predicament as they were unable to admit him into hospital because of absence of the road.

There is no road connectivity to Acharya's house. As the area surrounding his residence is owned by private persons and because of deemed forest rules, a road could not be laid to his house. Hebri gram panchayat vice president, Ganesh Kumar Jarvattu, who came to know about the problem, went to Kapoli with his team on Sunday. Acharya was physically carried on the shoulders for about two km after which he was taken by vehicle to the Hebri government hospital. He was provided initial treatment there after which Acharya was admitted into the government hospital at Karkala for advanced treatment.

BJP local leaders like Shekhar Thana, Vishwanath Hegde, Pratyaksha Hegde, Dinesh Poojary, Sachin Gulibettu, Abhishek Thana and Shreyas S formed the team of young people who helped Acharya to get himself treated.

 

 

 

  

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  • S Shetty, Tulunaad Odipu Kudla Kasrod

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Sad to hear this, but don't forget the 1000 good govt. did just because of one good incident, media will never be shown where all ambulance went through by road to pick the sick persons.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    S.Shetty kudla first speak about the matter .Then rest.when he needs help need a vehicle to go to hospital ,then have to be done.Need not tell about other vehicles had gone.How can a person own forest or land without leaving some place between two houses or forest ?Why did officials never saw it?Only money speaks?

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  • N.M, mangalore

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    End result of continuously electing BJP in D.K and Udupi for 30 + years. RSS-BJP's Hindutva will give you cheap thrills but not jobs and infrastructure.

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  • sense_shetty, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    To one persons house there has to be a road .. Challenges of Human inhabitation ..2 Kms is not that far ..I walk 5 kms everday for my exercise routine. Mr Oscar was the MP of this region for many many years too.

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  • Sadiq, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Don't worry ache din with ache road will come after 2024.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    pathetic state of affairs of the country and the central roads ministry gives all fake figures that they have built so many lakh kilometers of road... the saffron party is busy in just stashing money for feku and daku to buy island once the party loses in 2024

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  • Prem, Saligrama

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    We appreciate work done by youth team to transfer sick person to the hospital. Good deed indeed.

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  • Observer, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    I advice Sanjay Hebri to give up BJP and its agenda from now on. He lost his moral authority to question his counterparts onwards :D

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  • Jeevan, Kudlaa

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Gift of 70 yrs golden rule by khangress

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Observer you should read the news properly before commenting...there are private land surrounding this persons home and you cannot force a private land holder to give way.....on the otherside there is reserve forest, which cannot be encroached....what can govt do in such places??? People locally have helped a needy so be happy for that!!!

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  • Hussein, Moodbidri

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    It is good that there are nice people in Hebri, like Ganesh Kumar Jarvattu.

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  • Elwyn Goveas, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Heart goes out reading the above news.Truely heart breaking.

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Now no one come to the rescue of this people !! only for the personal gains they appear and posing like savior of the country and society. They should put forward apology to the people of that region or explain why the road has not been done yet

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Only fake MEDIA justify this act of atrocity on general public !!!! They deprived from the their birth right to have the basic facilities like ROADS then why the heck we got INDEPENDANCE ! what are we now !!!

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    2014 onwards dis is called da ache din.

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  • Jeevan, Kudlaa

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Congi ruled 70 yrs without roads and basic amenities.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    after 2014 no roads were built. only honeymoon 2 foreign countries. rafael corrupt chaiwala faku, emptied india's treasury. now selling national assets purchased by the congies. shame.shame.. chi chi thu, thu....

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  • Prabhu, Kudla

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    70 years ache din. Last 7 years bure din.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Thane

    Tue, Sep 14 2021

    Our Politicians are still on Honeymoon ...

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