Coronavirus cases in India mounted to 151,767 on Wednesday with a significant rise amid the large-scale return of migrant workers from other states.
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Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], May 22 (ANI): Karnataka government led by Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Friday announced to bear the cost of travel of migrant labourers and stranded persons to their respective States via Sharmik trains up to May 31.
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The latest measures include delivery of relief packages, transport facilities and ₹1000 for all daily-wage workers once they complete quarantine
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Andhra Pradesh Police lathi-charged migrant labourers after they tried to leave the shelter home and started to travel back to their native states on Saturday.
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Here are some tragic stories of labourers who have been travelling for 1000 km from cities to their houses in villages, without food or water.
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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked government officials to come up with plans to provide employment and financial security to labourers.
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Two fatal road mishaps in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh kill 14 labourers walking back home, around 50 others injured.
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A migrant labourer named Shakuntala gave birth while journeying on foot to Madhya Pradesh. She walked 150 kilometres after resting only for two hours.
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The Coronavirus lockdown has badly affected the labour class of the nation. Many poor and helpless labourers are walking miles just to reach home.
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Migrant labourers finally heave a sigh of relief after the government arranges special trains to take them home.
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