Coronavirus News, Migrants returning from Gujarat with their families

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Newspaper counter, Amar Ujala, Kanpur

Published by: Shikha Pandey
Updated Tue 27 Apr 2021 11:14 AM IST

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Dhirendra said that he lived in Ahmedabad with his wife Urmila and son for three years. Due to the lack of agriculture in the village, he moved to Ahmedabad for a job. There he worked in a textile factory. He didn’t expect the situation to worsen again, so he had to return home after everything was sold.

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Amid the chaos of Corona across the country, migrant workers are returning to their homes this time before everything closes. An expatriate returning to his home from Ambedkarnagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat said that he raised 20,000 rupees by selling the entire household. There was such loot everywhere that it cost 10,000 rupees just to get to Kanpur.Dhirendra, originally from Ambedkaranagar, said he lived in Ahmedabad with wife Urmila and son for three years. Due to the lack of agriculture in the village, he moved to Ahmedabad for a job. There he worked in a textile factory. He didn’t expect the situation to get worse again, so he had to return home after everything was sold.

During the lockdown last year, hardly ever locked in the rental room and come home. When the situation became normal, he returned to Ahmedabad to go back to work with the family. He said the situation is now worse than it was before.

He has now left Ahmedabad for fear of lockdown. Dozens of people who work with him have moved into their homes. This time he has vowed not to return. Dhirendra said that he asked the factory owner for the money to return home, but he refused to give it and asked him to stay there.

As a result, everything that was kept in the room was sold for 20,000 rupees. Almost ten thousand rupees were spent getting to Kanpur. I said there was loot everywhere. If you see wife and child together, the five rupee thing is given for 20 rupees.

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Amid the chaos of Corona across the country, migrant workers are returning to their homes this time before everything closes. An expatriate returning to his home from Ambedkarnagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat said that he raised 20,000 rupees by selling the entire household. There was such loot everywhere that it cost 10,000 rupees just to get to Kanpur.

Dhirendra, originally from Ambedkarnagar, said he lived in Ahmedabad for three years with his wife Urmila and son. Due to the lack of agriculture in the village, he moved to Ahmedabad for a job. There he worked in a textile factory. He didn’t expect the situation to worsen again, so he had to return home after everything was sold.

During the lockdown last year, hardly ever locked in the rental room and come home. When the situation became normal, he returned to Ahmedabad to go back to work with the family. He said the situation is now worse than it was before.

He has now left Ahmedabad for fear of lockdown. Dozens of people who work with him have moved into their homes. This time he has vowed not to return. Dhirendra said that he asked for the money from the factory owner to return home, but he refused to give it and asked him to stay there.

As a result, everything that was kept in the room was sold for 20,000 rupees. Almost ten thousand rupees were spent getting to Kanpur. I said there was loot everywhere. If you see wife and child together, the five rupee thing is given for 20 rupees.

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