Beggars Colony faces huge risk

  • | Saturday | 28th March, 2020

Ashwini M Sripad ByExpress News ServiceBENGALURU: Nearly 800 people, who stay in close quarters at the Beggars’ Colony in Summanahalli of Bengaluru, are vulnerable to COVID-19. Though the authorities claim to have taken necessary measures, the colony is a ticking time-bomb. The colony had 721 inmates, including 160 women, as on Wednesday. Beggars’ Colony secretary Chandra Naik said that they have taken all measures, including supplying masks to the inmates and staff. The inmates stay in dormitories and there are many blocks.

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