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Transgender community faces difficulties in bringing back life on track after COVID-19 lockdown

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Transgender community faces difficulties in bringing back life on track after COVID-19 lockdown

Transgender community faces difficulties in bringing back life on track after COVID-19 lockdown

A trans woman, Bela used to work with a cab company before the lockdown as a customer care representative but now, she has no job and till now 20-30 companies have rejected her CV.

While speaking to ANI, Bela said, "Some says they don't hire transgenders.

No one respects transgender here.

After lockdown, I have tried in around 20-30 companies."


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