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Migrants to vote in Bihar after coming back home

Suraj Kumar, 28, worked in Srinagar for a very long time before the Covid-19 pandemic left him jobless and constrained him to re-visitation of Bihar this mid year. He has since set up a paver block unit at Madhopur-Bairiya town in West Champaran locale as he attempts to get the pieces back home.

The pandemic overturned the lives of a huge number of traveler laborers, brought untold sufferings, and constrained a considerable lot of them to stroll back to their homes. However, it has additionally pushed individuals like Kumar to wait and financially recover in Bihar, which implies they can likewise cast a ballot, something that they barely ever did. “I have the benefit to practice my majority rule rights,” said Kumar, who recently worked at a paver block unit in Srinagar and has since June utilized 40 laborers. Kumar isn’t the only one in the town. Nine gatherings of transient laborers have begun material, attire, weaving, woodwork units with the administration’s assistance and utilize more than 90 returnees there.

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