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'Difficult to sustain without money', say Maharashtra auto drivers enroute to native places

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'Difficult to sustain without money', say Maharashtra auto drivers enroute to native places

'Difficult to sustain without money', say Maharashtra auto drivers enroute to native places

India's lockdown has made it difficult for auto drivers to meet their ends.

Group of auto drivers from Maharashtra decided to leave the state due to lack of work.

An auto driver said, "I'm without work for last 2.5 months.

It's difficult to sustain without money.

So, I'm returning to Ranchi, Jharkhand with my family."

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