Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/Lack-of-basic-amenities--prevalent-poverty-27MZIFIIUST8.htmlConceptually similarLack of basic amenities, prevalent povertyGP02E5VCompleted★★★★Lack of basic amenities, prevalent povertyGP02E5WCompleted★★★★Lack of basic amenities, prevalent povertyGP02E6FCompleted★★★★Lack of basic amenities, prevalent povertyGP02E6JCompleted★★★★Citizens Demand a Clean Air Action Plan in AgraGP0STRFHHCompleted★★★★★★Clean Air Now Action in Chennai, IndiaGP0STUKWECompleted★★★★Sea Level Rise in IndiaGP01V2GCompleted★★★★Sea Level Rise in IndiaGP01V20Completed★★★★Meeting with Local Residents in IndiaGP02GVUCompleted★★★★View AllGP02E5XLack of basic amenities, prevalent povertySaraswati Vishwakarma, member of the Mahila Mandal, laments how her sons were wrongfully detained by the police and accused of false charges when they asked for employment.Locations:Asia-India-Uttar PradeshDate:24 May, 2011Credit:© Sudhanshu Malhotra / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2500px X 1667pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Community gatherings-Danger-Day-Displaced people-Drinking water-Forests (campaign title)-Industries-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-Non-renewable energy-Outdoors-Pollution-Saris-Seriousness-Villages-WomenShoot:Documentation of a thermal power plant in Dibulganj, IndiaDibulganj village of Kuldumdri panchayat, Sonebhadra district (Uttar Pradesh) is located along the main highway connecting the towns of Waidhan and Robertsganj. People live in extremely hazardous conditions which are further accentuated by unemployment, lack of medical facilities and access to basic amenities like drinking water. The contrast of dismay and outrage of the people here is evident in the manner in which they respond to the multiple displacements they have been subjected to. Those from vulnerable castes and tribal communities are further marginalized. With two more thermal power plants coming up in the vicinity, Dibulganj's anguish is set to hit the streets.