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COVID-19: Migrant workers swamp TN's Sundarapuram to collect passes for 'Shramik' trains

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COVID-19: Migrant workers swamp TN's Sundarapuram to collect passes for 'Shramik' trains

COVID-19: Migrant workers swamp TN's Sundarapuram to collect passes for 'Shramik' trains

The foremost norm to combat COVID-19 pandemic-social distancing-gone for a toss in Tamil Nadu, where migrant workers gathered in large numbers in Coimbatore's Sundarapuram to collect 'shramik special' train passes to return to their hometowns amid lockdown.

The migrant workers came to the city for better livelihood opportunities from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

However, now they are going back to their home-state to 'save' their lives in these uncertain times due to coronavirus pandemic.

Unfortunately, they are facing several troubles to get back to their home.

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