The picture started looking like last year, again the laborers walked home with trains and buses

The picture started looking like last year, again the laborers walked home with trains and buses

National Desk: The migrant workers have started returning home once again, fearing Corona's panic again and the long-term lockdown being implemented. A large number of migrant workers are moving from all over the country to their native places of residence. These scenes of exodus bring back memories of last year, when thousands of migrant workers were seen on the road during the first nationwide lockdown applied for epidemic prevention.

 According to eyewitnesses, vehicles of migrant workers are once visible on the streets after a year-long hiatus. These include motorcycles to mini trucks and black and yellow auto rickshaws. Ramsharan Singh (40), going from Mumbai to Uttar Pradesh to Ballia with his auto rickshaw, said that corona virus infection is increasing badly in Mumbai. Like last year, this time too, if there is a long lockdown then there will be a crisis of livelihood for us. So we are returning home.

Mohammad Shadab (25), returning to his home in Bhojpur district of Bihar by motorcycle, works in a restaurant in Mumbai. He told that I want to reach home as soon as possible. I will think about returning to Mumbai only when the epidemic improves. Otherwise I will do some small work in Bihar itself. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court directed all the states to make them aware of the number of migrant children and their status.

The court gave this instruction on a petition that sought to direct the protection of the fundamental rights of migrant children in the midst of the Kovid-19 global epidemic. The petition said that the unprecedented lockdown created the migrant crisis and has also impacted the migrant children and their fundamental and human rights impact and ongoing crisis is clearly visible. ” It said that the lockdown has wreaked havoc on migrant children and so far there has been no assessment of the number and needs of migrant children, infants, pregnant or lactating migrant women.


Efforts to disturb peace in Kashmir fail, heavy grenade recovered from terrorist hideout

Efforts to disturb peace in Kashmir fail, heavy grenade recovered from terrorist hideout

National Desk: Security forces raided a hideout of militants in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district on Sunday and recovered 19 grenades. Security forces also foiled a terrorist plan to disturb peace in the border district with grenade attacks.

No arrests yet,
a defense spokesman said that no one was arrested during the operation. The operation was jointly carried out by the army and police in Fagla area of ​​Surankot. Rashtriya Rifles and police conducted a joint operation in Phagla area on the basis of accurate information on the security forces being targeted by the militants on NH 144A (Jammu-Poonch Highway).

Heavy grenade recovered from the grenade The
spokesperson said that both agencies recovered a huge cache of grenades hidden in a natural cave-like hideout. A total of 19 grenades have been recovered. ”He said that the recovery of the grenade foiled a conspiracy to disrupt peace in Poonch.

 The second major case of seizure of the explosives, the
spokesperson said, revealed that the hideout had foiled a major conspiracy to attack the security forces. The army and police have once again proved their courage to fulfill the commitment to fight against terrorism and to maintain stability in the region. "This is the second major case of explosives seizures in the Jammu region in the last few days." Security forces had recovered a huge cache of arms and explosives from Chakarandi village in Doda district on Saturday.