Delhi Lockdown: Migrants Seen at Bus Stands Once Again Rushing For Home | IN PICS

Delhi Lockdown: Migrants Seen at Bus Stands Once Again Rushing For Home | IN PICS

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New Delhi: As soon as the Delhi government imposed a week-long lockdown from 10 PM on Monday, a huge mob of passengers surrounded bus stations to flee the national capital and return to their hometowns. Bus stands at Anand Vihar and Kaushambi of Delhi and UP were once again abuzz with migrant labourers, who are fleeing from the city fearing that the shutdown of public transport could force them to walk hundreds of kilometres, a scene reminiscent of the pandemic last year.

The spike in Covid cases has cast a shadow on businesses with migrant labourers bearing the brunt of the curbs and restrictions put in place by the various governments.

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