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Sufferings of migrants amid dispute between Centre and Maharashtra most unfortunate: Mayawati

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 27 May 2020
"Due to the dispute between the Centre and the Maharashtra government, lakhs of migrant labourers are still suffering badly, which is sad and unfortunate. It is important to stop levelling of charges and pay attention to these helpless people so that their lives can be saved from being completely ruined," she said in a tweet in Hindi.
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