A lady traveler, Surjo Mala Chakma , on her approach to Arunachal Pradesh on a Shramik Special Train gave birth to a baby on Thursday at 11:55a.m close to New Jalpaiguri Station in West Bengal .
She gave birth to a girl this was there first baby as told by her husband Biro Kumar Chakma , they were working as a tailor helpers in Tamil Nadu
But due to lockdown they became jobless and return back to their home.
As Said by Sujikko Chakma, a co-traveler of the 150-individuals returnee Chakma group, they were getting back home to Arunachal Pradesh from Tamil Nadu while the maternity torment out of nowhere mounted and in this way brought forth a female infant in the running train.
A few Chakma young people are working in urban areas and metropolitan urban communities with no business openings and adequate cultivable land for the Chakmas in the State, for land designation was given just a single time in 1970s when the absolute chakma populace was simply around 30000 which has expand to 65000 of every five decades.
The lady showed exemplary courage at time when no immediate Health service or Medical relief could be provided .
Reference The Assam Tribune
Updated by: Gauresh kadam 2020-06-20 12:54 PM