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Lokmanya Tilak Terminus remains crowded

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Lokmanya Tilak Terminus remains crowded

Lokmanya Tilak Terminus remains crowded

While lockdown-like restrictions are in place in Maharashtra, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus remains crowded.

Several migrant workers await their respective trains outside the station.

Restrictions were imposed in view of rising COVID cases in Maharashtra.


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