MUMBAI, May 27 (IPS) – “There’s no other option but to return,” said Chitrasen in January 2021, when asked if he would migrate back to the city. The previous year’s pandemic-induced lockdown had left migrant workers stranded in cities and stripped of all their savings. An entire year later, as the second wave of COVID-19 engulfs India, many migrant workers find themselves confronted by a similar situation.Read the full story, “The Issue is Exploitation, not Migration”, on globalissues.org →

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