All’s well that ends well! Isn’t it the well-known expression by our Shakespeare sir yet is it actually the consummation we are anticipating? 2020 was not in excess of an Indian T.V sequential indicating exciting bends in the road constantly. The year which began brimming with energy, will it ends with a feeling as it was at the outset.
The state was under lockdown after it’s first case of the novel Coronavirus was reported on 22nd March 2020. The state witnessed a spike in the number of cases. Bihar’s total fatality rate was the lowest registered in the country with respect to the other states.
We people like to overlooked details in our day to day existence. We alleviate our hearts with little joy and mend the past with the treatment of feelings. How about we retrospect the feelings of this year and learn from it.
When the Government implemented a lockdown, the city smothered to forestall the infection. The vehicles quit running thus ended the hustling lives of us. An improvement in air quality all-around was reported from the city. Without precedent for some years, the AQI was enrolled around 50-52. People isolated themselves and suspended fundamental daily practice. Cooking new plans, playing ludo and different games with loved ones, investing the free energy which was from morning till night with the family turned into the new typical. The schools and universities changed to online classes and the work turned from home. We never quit developing and this pandemic demonstrated it to us.
The time when we were sitting at homes and whimpering about sitting idle, there were people who worked indefatigably. The difficult occasions demanded medical care proficient and the leader to take additional consideration and work. In order to thank the frontline workers, clinical proficients, cops, paramilitary powers, Indian Air Force choppers showered blossom petals and acknowledged their work in combating with the infection. The emergency clinics and the areas the nation over were showered to stamp regard for benevolently treating Covid -19 patients.
More than one crore migrant workers went back to their cities, to their homes by walking during May-June 2020. All methods of transport were suspended and the travelers chose to stroll back home. With no assistance from the central and state governments, the migrants strolled miles to arrive at their objective. It likewise incorporated the passing of certain transients because of weariness, mishaps, starvation, and so forth. These photos show us the genuine essence of the lockdown and the difficulties that were faced by the migrant people.
We take New Year resolutions to make in the coming year the better versions of ourselves. We resolute and try to come up to the potential we know lies in us. A teenager like Jyoti Kumari is one determined person of a kind. She rode bicycle for 1200km from Gurgaon to Darbhanga carrying her father on her back. Her father had injured his left leg in an accident in January and Jyoti was taking care of him. With no job during the lockdown, they were running out of money and food and were kicked down by the landlord to pay the rent. With no help whatsoever from the government, Jyoti decided to return to her hometown. The bravery from a teenager like Jyoti teaches us when that never accept fate as it is but to change it when necessary with courage and grit.
The Bihari Bhaus will never remain at home. The spring breakers, partygoers, and hoarders famously recognized as COVIDIOTS had all the earmarks of being of a danger to the state. They overstepped the law during the lockdown and disregarded the admonitions of public wellbeing. Individuals accumulated in huge gatherings without following the standards of social separating accepting that the infection is just a fantasy. Social media users shared photographs and recordings under the COVIDIOTS hashtag with an end goal to disgrace these individuals.
Presently thinking back to the year, good and bad times, highs and lows would consistently be looked at by us. However, how we defeat it, characterizes humanism. Bihar by and by prospered. By and by we will return to regularity. Yet, presently we will commend this new year with enthusiasm and energy.