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Madhya Pradesh Labourers Quarantined In A Hut With No Facilities | COVID 19

 

Video Volunteers community correspondent Mohan Lal Seelu reports from Nadiagwadi village, lying under Madhya Pradesh's Betul district on the appalling conditions in which local labourers, who had migrated to other cities for employment, have been quarantined.

Labourers, who have been living in a hut, say that there is no water to drink or to bathe or use in the toilet. Since it is the rainy season, the roof of the hut leaks and mosquitoes trouble them.

When Mohan Lal showed the video to the local sarpanch secretary he promised to reimburse the labourers, in the form of daily wages, for the number of days they have been quarantined for.

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