Thousands of Citizens Intending Lebaran in Camp
ENOUGH concern for the victims in the face of Lebaran this year. It lived in camps painful enough. But what could I do, if not in the tent, want to stay where else, because the condition of homes badly damaged, due to an earthquake measuring 7.3 rocked by SR on Wednesday.
Although many are not badly damaged, but their homes do not deserve to live. Some walls cracked, its roof collapsed and so forth. The only road, the house must be torn down and replaced with new ones. While the inmates sleep in tents.
One family who now live in a tent is a family Ipin (30), victims of the earthquake Ranto Village residents, Pakemitan Village, District Cikatomas, Tasikmalaya regency. Ipin homes damaged, so the family with his brother's family, Suharna (35) is also his mother, Imi (80) now living in a tent.
In the tent there are two beds facing position, there beside the kitchen furniture and also a small closet where the clothes store.
Tents are only used Ipin family and Suharna to just sleep at night and store clothing alone. While on their daytime activities as farmers remain.
He also predicts this year he and his family will celebrate Lebaran ascertained the location with the evacuation of 16 other families in Kampung Ranto.
So even experienced Oom (55) and Nendah (50) Village residents Cisayong Cigondol Village Sukasetia District.
The fact that experienced Ipin Nendah, and Oom it, also experienced by thousands of other quake victims living in camps. Although already feel saturated continue to live in tents, but what power for no longer a safe place to be a shelter.
Ade Tarya (40) Sukananjung Village residents, Sukasetia Village, District Cisayong the house razed to the ground claimed, never thought if this year will celebrate Lebaran in a tent built on the ruins of former homes.
He also claimed to be confused with what to rebuild destroyed homes are particularly current business conditions were not lucky. "Somehow I can build a house again, I till now still confused," he said.
According to data available at the Executive Coordinating Unit for Disaster Tasikmalaya District, noted that 41.724 citizens celebrate Lebaran confirmed in exile. They scattered in every district.
For example in the village of Cikeas and Cipatujah Cipanas district, there are at least 79 families who would lebaran in camps, 17 of them in the village of Cikeas. While other earthquake victims had entrusted to his family and neighbors that her house intact condition.
Camat Cipatujah, Nazmudin Aziz said, some victims of the earthquake that had a family day care to families so that they can be more comfortable than living in tents.
"Although there are still living in tents, but most of us Leave the family also neighbors," said Aziz.
Not as usual as officials came to the center of the earthquake location, residents complain mostly sad story, because it was not a house or be affected by various diseases. But when the wife vice president of Indonesia, Jusuf Kala is Ny. Hj Mufidah Kalla arrived, a mother desperate to offer artificial palm sugar at a price of Rp 30,000 or twice the usual price, which is Rp 10,000 per pack.
"Mom buy me palm sugar, artificial native community here," said Grandma, Uncle made an offer and immediately returned immediately Dekranas Center Chairman, Hj Mrs. Mufidah Kala, "Oh yes real yes, yes I bought,". Mrs. Mufidah immediately ordered his aide and paid immediately with the sugar.
Ny Hj Mufidah sugar directly pay for Rp 300,000, while saying that the money is split. Of course it makes the seller Oom (55) and the owner of the sugar Nendah (50) glad, because the sugar will be sold initially with rounds instead of all the mothers the entire stock Vice President Kalla Mufidah sidelines storage location visit to the earthquake victims in the Field SDN Sukasetia , District Cisayong. Whereas sugar price Rp 5,000 per pack sold 10,000
Get sustenance from the wife of Vice President Oom and Nendah really do not think, even the night before his mother had dreamed of anything. Money from JK's wife would buy compote and rice for the day-to-day.
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