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BRO provides jobs to labourers, migrants in J-K's Rajouri amid COVID-19 outbreak

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BRO provides jobs to labourers, migrants in J-K's Rajouri amid COVID-19 outbreak

BRO provides jobs to labourers, migrants in J-K's Rajouri amid COVID-19 outbreak

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Border Roads Organisation (BRO) is providing jobs to the people in different types of ongoing projects in far-flung hilly area of Rajouri district.

Several labourers and migrant workers are working on the construction of roads and bridges in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri.

"We thanked the department and they are doing fast work," a local said.

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