Kudu: Chulhapani is known as the point of origin of Damodar river. It is also a
tourist destination. For this, the villagers have met and made strict rules.
Chulhapani village in Kudu block of Lohardaga district, is the originating point of
the Damodar River. The people of the village have quarantined themselves in the
midst of nature and beat Corona. Till now no one is infected nore any one died
due to corona. There is neither a corona wave nor a havoc of infection. The
village has its own historical and tourism importance. This village is situated in
the middle of mountains and forests. The remote village of Chulhapani origin of
the Damodar River.
Chulhapani village is situation in forest and hills
block headquarters of Kudu block of Lohardaga district. The villagers here have
not even been able to touch the infection. Actually, the people of this village are
equipped with weapons of vigilance and restraint. Kudu block development
officer Manoranjan Kumar says that other people should take inspiration from this
village. People here are constantly following masks and physical distances.
age. Kudu CO Praveen Kumar Singh says that the people of this village should
take inspiration from it. And people over the age of 18 should protect themselves
by getting the vaccination of corona in greater numbers.
Jaynarayan Mahato played the most important role
to protect against corona. 20 people above 18 years of Chulhapani village have
registered themselves for the vaccine. Mercury teacher Jayanarayan Mahato has
made an important contribution to make the people of the village aware. Not
everyone goes out unnecessarily. Jayanarayan Mahato is the teacher of
Chulhapani Primary School in Kudu. Who have been serving here since 2002.
Chulhapani on their motorcycles. Medical Officer-in-charge of Kudu, Dr. Sulami
Horo, says that during the Corona period, many migrant workers came and went
in the block area. It is a big deal to not get a single corona infected in this village
so far. People of other villages should also take inspiration from the people of this remote village.