Several Homeless and underprivileged people across Goan Markets, Beaches and allied public places remains stranded, vulnerable & starving after imposition of 15 day curfew in Goa. The stranded people, were not having any face masks neither.
Speaking to Goajunction, Homeless people in Mapusa said they were neither having money nor food to eat. “We earn over daily living doing some odd Jobs in Market, since the markets are closed we have no money to eat food”, said stranded people narrating their woes.
Mapusa MLA Joshua D’souza, who had given an call to shut the north Goa district municipal market week before announcement of curfew, told media persons that his volunteers had been providing assistance to homeless in whatever way it was possible for him. D’souza maintained that, he would talk to the Chief Minister to setup relief camps for the homeless as soon as possible”.
While, conducting large scale analytics of various public places, the Goajunction indicate that there could be over 300 to 500 Homeless or underprivileged people stranded across Goa.