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Bombay HC to Maharashtra govt: Consider ferrying migrants in buses to home states

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 19 May 2020 ()
The Bombay high court on Tuesday directed the Maharashtra government to explore the possibility of ferrying migrants, daily wage labourers and other stranded people to their native states by state transport buses instead of just dropping them up to the borders of the state.
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