“We have been staying at a makeshift house for over eight months now. Unless the construction work completes, we can’t leave,” mentioned Raju, who’s working at a website in Chandanagar. He mentioned he was conscious of the virus, however added rapidly that there was no approach they may comply with social distancing as their activity concerned crew work.
“We all work together and stay in a cramped place. Unless the contractor decides to halt work for a few days, we can’t stay indoors. Even if he does, it’s a problem as we won’t be paid if we are not working,” he added.
Just a few homeowners mentioned they had been prepared to present the employees a break, however contractors insist on finishing work as quickly as potential. “I am renovating my place. It’s in the final stage of completion as works like interior designing, plumbing, among others are pending. I asked the contractor to break as we are worried about catching the virus, but he insisted to complete the work saying that he wants to complete the work before taking up another project,” Ashok Srivatsav, a techie from Uppal, mentioned.
Some denizens even took to twitter to focus on how construction work was being carried out in numerous elements of the town and elsewhere in Telangana. “Though there is lockdown imposed in entire Telangana State. We see the construction of the house nearby is not stopping. There are 5-10 workers working though we asked them to stop @hydcitypolice,” tweeted @ravichandar111.
Tagging IT minister KT Rama Rao, one other person with deal with @lavanyamurali tweeted, “Telangana Govt is taking the valuable measures to ensure the safety of people. But do people really bother? What is the point in only IT people WFH? Already Construction people next to my home started working from 7 AM. Location: CBCID Colony, Hydernagar.”