Review of Chak Bahuruddin Village in Lucknow district:
“Despite the provisions outlined in the Ujjwala Yojana Scheme, which include one house and one cylinder, it appears that no such scheme is being implemented in Chak.“
Review by Shambhavi Srivastava
Overall Rating – 1/3
Overall Score – 52.38%
Duration of Stay – Less than 1 week
Time of Visit – 2023
Purpose of Visit – Volunteering
Cover Image: Interaction with Village community (Source: Author)
How to reach Chak Bahuruddin Village:
- “Can be reached by four wheeler and two wheeler. It is near Pekhramau, Kursi Road“
Places of Interest
Places to Stay near Chak Bahuruddin
Quality of Infrastructure in the Village:
Access from Main Highway – 1/3
Presence of School – 1/3
Healthcare Facilities – 1/3
Electricity – 2/3
Water Supply – 2/3
Mobile Network – 3/3
Overall Rating – 1/3
Review of Chak Bahuruddin Village:
“During my visit to Chak Bahuruddin, a village located near Kursi Road in Lucknow, I had the opportunity to interact with two individuals who provided me with valuable insights.
Muskan Nirmal, a 7th-grade student at Cambridge School (CBSE Board), shared her experiences with me. On the other hand, Ram Prasad, a 70-year-old resident of the village, enlightened me about some significant issues prevailing in the community.
One striking revelation made by Ram Prasad was the absence of free bank accounts in the village. Despite the provisions outlined in the Ujjwala Yojana Scheme, which include one house and one cylinder, it appears that no such scheme is being implemented in Chak Bahuruddin.
Consequently, residents are forced to purchase gas cylinders through unofficial means, resulting in additional costs. Moreover, Ram Prasad emphasized the lack of facilities for senior citizens and men in the village.
The absence of essential services like garbage collection further compounds the challenges faced by the community. Additionally, there is a dearth of government schools in Chak, depriving the children of accessible education opportunities.
Overall, my visit to Chak shed light on several concerning issues, including the absence of free bank accounts, limited provisions under government schemes, inadequate facilities for senior citizens and men, insufficient waste management, and the absence of government schools.
It appears that scheme implemented is now a past story and residents are looking forward for such subsidiaries which is helpful for family and women in particular.”