Akhila, the younger sarpanch of Madanapuram village in Nalgonda district, is making certain that not a single villager comes out of their houses in the course of the lockdown.
Akhila sits with a stick on the entrance of Madanapuram village in Nalgonda district. (Information18)
Hyderabad: A 23-year-old girl in Telangana has taken it upon herself to guard her village from the coronavirus.
Akhila, the younger sarpanch of Madanapuram village at Chintapally Mandal in Nalgonda district, is making certain that not a single villager comes out of their houses in the course of the lockdown that has been imposed throughout the nation to include the unfold of coronavirus.
Akhila, who can be finishing her B.Tech, is often seen standing on the most important entrance of her village to be sure that no outsider is allowed in or nobody is ready to depart the village.
“There’s a nationwide curfew. That is the time for everybody to save lots of their households and our nation from the pandemic. I will not be to regulate everybody, however I can attempt to make my fellow villagers comply with the restrictions as a part of the lockdown,” Akhila advised Information18.
Giri, a neighborhood, mentioned villagers have been very supportive in direction of Akhila and following the lockdown strictly.
Telangana has, to this point, reported 39 constructive instances and Chief Minister Ok Chandrashekar Rao has issued a stern warning to individuals in opposition to violating lockdown guidelines.
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