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Hit by Lockdown, Migrant Labours are on Foot to Reach Home

Chaos ensued the lockdown declared on 24th March. The haunting images of thousands of people marching back home went viral. This long march continues till date. Here’s a group of people who are on a 150KM journey back home from one part of Jammu to the other. They have walked for 3 days and have another day to reach home. Community correspondent Roshan meets up with them en route for this report.

This story is reported by community correspondent Roshan Panotra. He reports from Kathua, Jammu & Kashmir.

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