3L workers sent back

3L workers sent back

Chandigarh, May 21

Since May 3, 3.16 lakh persons, including migrant labourers, have travelled back to their home states by trains, buses and private vehicles.

However, after the resumption of economic activity in the state, there is a 40 per cent drop in the number of migrants who wanted to return home.

Official data on the outward movement of persons reveals that till Wednesday, 2.8 lakh persons left the state by 236 trains, costing Rs13.87 crore to the state so far. — TNS

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