Sorkhi village has no proper roads or houses, most of which are in the state of crumbling down. Dried cow dung is the major source of fuel for cooking for villagers.
The pathetic condition of the road leading to the village. The road has not seen any repair in last many years
Kachcha houses dot the village scene with dried cow dung kept in open in the vicinity of the houses
Buffaloes taking a dip in the river water, the same that is used by villagers for drinking purpose
A woman walking on the broken road with a load on her head
An old house lying neglected and is in ruins
A non-functional water tank, characterising the lack of empathy of the government
A man with his buffaloes
Cow dung kept in open to turn it into fuel for cooking
A man walking with his cows on a dusty, unkempt road
Dirt and filth define Sorkhi village, which has a long way to go to keep pace with its modern counterparts. It's time for the government to wake up and do the needful.