Lockdown Story: Madhya Pradesh your love will not forget for a lifetime - UP-Bihar

Subhash Chandra Pandey, a resident of Pipraich in Gorakhpur district of UP, stopped on the bypass of Indore while returning to Mumbai by auto and sat on the roadside with wife Upma Pandey and brought food from home. Wife offered the first Kaur to Indore.

26th September, 2020


This is such a pleasant news in the midst of the ongoing battles in the states, which suggests that there is no state greater than humanity, no dispute. In fact, thousands of laborers who have returned to UP-Bihar due to the shutdown during the lockdown, are not forgetting to thank and thank Madhya Pradesh when they are returning to work these days. They are saying that we will not forget the undying love of the people of Madhya Pradesh.

The story is like that thousands of migrant laborers had left for Mumbai from the disgrace on foot after the lock of life in lockdown. Hungry-thirsty, weary and lost, these laborers were then given by the people of Madhya Pradesh, especially Indore, for shade, food, water, sorbet, medicine, massage for sore feet, from ointments to bare feet and new shoes and slippers. The migrant workers, overwhelmed by that service, are now returning from their villages back to Mumbai for work, stopping on the bypass of Indore and bowing their heads on the soil of Madhya Pradesh and praying that the people of this state are always happy and Be rich

Kaur offered to Indore before dinner

Subhash Chandra Pandey, a resident of Pipraich in Gorakhpur district of UP, stopped on the bypass of Indore while returning to Mumbai by auto and sat on the roadside with wife Upma Pandey and brought food from home. Wife offered the first Kaur to Indore. She spoke in a way of praying - the Indore that fed our hungry-thirsty children in that crisis, gave them water and sorbet, gave them medicine ... God forbid the people of that Indore should never go hungry. She became emotional while saying this.

Our 'Sonu Sood' was Indore only

Anjani Kumar Tiwari, resident of village Bamayla Tiwarpur, Tehsil Handia, District Prayagraj, says that we left Mumbai just two days before actor Sonu Sood started helping. Then the food brought along by crossing Maharashtra was over. Hungry and thirsty entered Madhya Pradesh, but Indore did not let it go hungry. We had to be fed very well, we had also tied food for the way. Then Indore became 'Sonu Sood' for us.

Rajkumar Shukla, auto driver of Mumbai Bhayandar East said that when we left Mumbai in lockdown, there was scorching sun on the head and the scorching earth below. Neither was there anything to eat, nor medicine. The children were also with us then. If the people of Madhya Pradesh and Indore did not help us in that terrible crisis, then we do not know if we could have survived.

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Reported by:
Pankaj Prasad