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India’s Migrant Labor Pains – Analysis

Eurasia Review Monday, 8 June 2020
India’s Covid-19 lockdown exposed precarious lack of social protections for millions of migrant workers – and may have helped spread the disease.

By Neeta Lal*

An exodus of migrant laborers have fled India’s cities – the old and the frail, walking with sticks; couples struggling with infants and luggage, sobbing...
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