Migrants have contributed to development of the city: Karnataka HC urges state to reconsider decision to stop requisition of Shramik trains

The state government informed the Court that it has taken a policy decision to refrain from requisitioning more Shramik special trains, considering the fact that the COVID-19 situation in the state has worsened.
Migrants have contributed to development of the city: Karnataka HC urges state to reconsider decision to stop requisition of Shramik trains
Migrants

The Karnataka High Court today urged the state government to reconsider its decision to close down mustering centres and stop Shramik special trains transporting migrant workers from Bangalore to their home states.

The state government informed the Court today that it has taken a policy decision to refrain from requisitioning more Shramik special trains, considering the fact that the COVID-19 situation in the state has worsened.

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