The demolition exercise which has been scheduled to take place at Buduburam camp has created a lot of tension among the residents of the community.
Many residents of the area have come out to share their displeasure in the decision. Most of them have pleaded with authorities to retract the decision.
Speaking to the media earlier yesterday, some of the residents cried out, saying that they are humans do not deserve to be treated that way. They also pleaded to the authorities to have mercy on them.
According to these residents, the demolition exercise which has already begun will go a long way to affect their well being. They explained that, they have no where to go.
They also indicated that, they have children who they take care and it is going to be difficult for them if they are not able to find places to live with their children.
“This exercise has affected all of us. We are humans so please have mercy on us. Some of us have children with us and we will find it very difficult to support them if we don't have placed to stay”, some of the residents cried out.
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