The Telangana government pulls a paavam face when it vows to regard vagrant laborers as “our own biddas”, however the laborers would prefer to stroll than remain. Laborers Deccan Chronicle addressed had horde purposes behind deciding to walk as opposed to hang tight for the train or transport the administration vows to take them home.
Meanwhile, a significant number of the laborers said the food that used to be provided by the administration has now halted.
At Vanasthalipuram, we found a gathering of vagrant laborers strolling on the parkway. They had begun from Balapur and intend to reach Chhattisgarh. Inquired as to why they weren’t eager to sit tight for a couple of more days for the state government to sort out a train or transport for them, one of them stated, ‘We enlisted a couple of days prior and paused. In any case, we are out of food now and can’t remain here any more.’
The gathering had made courses of action with an individual who guaranteed them some space in a truck. They need to stroll to Choutuppal to get together with the truck. ‘It will hang tight for us till 4 pm. In the event that we don’t get it, we may need to walk as far as possible,’ the man said.
We had this discussion with the transient specialists at 1 pm. So the gathering had precisely three hours to cover the 40 km to Choutuppal. Along NH 44, which interfaces with northern India, we discovered numerous groups of laborers strolling. We discovered trucks packed with individuals also. The expense of employing a transport or truck is galactic. A 50-seater transport to Jharkhand would cost Rs 1.3 lakh to lease; rates have just gone higher in the previous week.
Ashok, a man among a gathering strolling to Indore region in Madhya Pradesh, said that regardless of whether they sat tight for a train, it was improbable they would be dropped close to their town. ‘Our towns are not very much associated via train or transport. We would prefer not to be abandoned in our express seven days after the fact. We should attempt to return home now, when the fringes are as yet open,’ he said.
This assessment was reverberated by numerous vagrant specialists, who appeared to accept their civility trains could be pulled whenever. One development laborer from Bihar said he was apprehensive he would be compelled to remain in Hyderabad when building work resumes. ‘Nobody is not kidding about us returning home. They need to keep us here for work. Be that as it may, we don’t have any cash or food to remain any more,’ he said.
Raju Ojha, leader of the Bihar Seva Samaj Sangh, said that since the Central government had permitted the running of trains, practically all food conveyance conspires by the state to vagrant laborers had for all intents and purposes halted. ‘I am in contact with a sizable bit of the Bihari people group in Hyderabad. A large portion of them haven’t got any grain from government sources in the previous week. It is as though the state government has abandoned them. More individuals will leave all alone in the coming days; it is unavoidable,’ he said.