Migrant Labourers in Covid 19

  • Ankit Kumar and Aparna Dubey
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  • Ankit Kumar

    Student at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun

  • Aparna Dubey

    Student at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun

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One percent of mankind is persuasively dislodged and their possibilities of having a typical existence are reducing quickly in the midst of the exclusionary aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. India, the biggest COVID-19 lockdown on the planet, is home to 244,094 exiles and migrant labourers searchers. The pandemic is a human misfortune – one that has uncovered previous primary disparities in India’s medical services and financial reaction frameworks. While the infection doesn’t segregate, its effects do. This entry features the noticeable example of unbalanced damage endured by India’s super weak displaced people and fundamentally examinations the community reaction estimates received by the Government in close conference with UNHCR to relieve the exacerbated uncertainty of exiles.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 4, Page 222 -228

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.11900

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