Fearing rising COVID-19 cases and the possibility of an extension of the lockdown, migrant workers are moving to their hometowns.
To avoid the difficulties faced by the previous nationwide lockdown, migrant workers are unwilling to run the risk of being left behind.
Migrants on the Ghaziabad border began their journey to reach their hometowns on foot in the early hours of April 20th.
One of the migrants said: “There are none Work for us and no landlord or government will help us with the lockdown.
If there is another lockdown, we cannot survive. ”On April 19th, Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a week-long lockdown in Delhi contain the spread of the deadly virus.