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Migrant labourers returning back to big cities in search of work

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Migrant labourers returning back to big cities in search of work

Migrant labourers returning back to big cities in search of work

The migrant labourers are returning back to big cities in search of work after nearly three months of lockdown in the wake of coronavirus pandemic.

Shailesh, who is coming back from Uttar Pradesh's Farrukhabad said, "I got the job, they asked to come here." Uma Devi, who came back form Sikandrabad said, "The bus full of commuters no one is following social distancing, what can we do this is the duty of bus conductor and driver." However, another migrant worker, who is going to Punjab in the search of work from Uttar Pradesh's Kasganj said, "There were not many people in the bus."

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