A five-part series marks a year of horrific COVID-19 lockdowns in India: We see how the epidemic reveals the problem of internally displaced people.
During the novel Coronavirus, the Indian Lockdown (COVID-19) epidemic brought untold misery to working people.
Following the announcement of the lockdown on March 23, 2021, millions and thousands of migrants began migrating from the big cities in an attempt to return to their villages. This is the first time in the history of India that such a large internal migration has received attention.
Countries have seen so many immigrants work in our cities for the first time. About 366 per cent of India’s population are migrant workers. However, there are two major groups, women and unskilled workers. During the announcement of the lockdown, immigrants from these two categories were hit the hardest.
In a five-part series, Under the earth Discusses the impact of lockdown in different parts of India. Hindi in the current episode Under the earth ‘Its senior correspondent Raju Sajwan spoke to correspondent Vivek Mishra Under the earth The epidemic was brought about by India’s largest internal exodus.
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