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Bihar: Workers returned home in second wave of Corona, now worry about employment

After increasing the number of infected in almost all parts of the country in the second wave of Corona, the Pardesi of Bihar are now returning back to their state, the Railways have also run special trains to return them to their state. The returning migrant laborers are now beginning to worry about work.

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After increasing the number of infected in almost all parts of the country in the second wave of Corona, the Pardesi of Bihar are now returning back to their state, the Railways have also run special trains to return them to their state. The returning migrant laborers are now beginning to worry about work. If someone is talking about farming, many people are talking about wages.

Hundreds of people of Mokama, adjoining Patna, the capital of Bihar, used to live in other states, and many such people have come back to their villages. Anand Kumar, a resident of Ghoswari village, says that dozens of people of this village had gone out to earn and now have returned home or are preparing to return after fearing lockdown.

He said that even when the lockdown was imposed last year, he came back, after that he did not get the work, then went back again. Now once again the people of lockdown are forced to return. Subedar Rai, a resident of a village near Ghoswari, used to work as a security guard living in Mumbai. The whole family became corona, in which his wife died. After this, he left Mumbai and returned to his village. He said that no one is going to ask in the big city. Returned with great trouble. Now whatever they are, they will not go out, they will work in the fields.

A factory laborer by profession Ramsoorat has also returned from Pune to Bihar. He returned home last year when the situation in Corona worsened. When the situation improved, the factory owner called him back to work, but now everyone has returned home. There is a family in Bihar. Will be here for a few days and when the situation improves, he will go back to work, he is relaxed that he has returned to his state.

Ramanandan, who lives in Chanka village of Purnia, does not want to go out now, he said that he came back last year and is now doing farming. What is the benefit of going out, they also give advice to other people and say that work should be searched here. He said that the government is also working towards giving work to the people.

In most parts of the country, people of Bihar go in search of work. Due to the increasing case of corona infection, factories and works are being closed in many states, due to which people are returning. However, in Bihar also the number of corona infected is increasing continuously. In such a situation, the people returning are just relieved that at least they have reached their village.

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