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800 stranded labourers board Shramik train to reach their home from Mysuru

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Mysuru: As many as 800 migrant labourers who were standard due to the lockdown imposed to check the spread of Covid-19 left to their home mostly in North-eastern states in Shramik train on Sunday. 

A man carries luggage, with his child to board Shramik Express Train at Ashokapuram railway station in Mysuru.
This was the 11th Shramik train being operated from Mysuru taking stranded labourers to their homes. 
Most of these workers were working in Mysuru, Chamarajanagar, Mandya, Kodagu and Hassan. They all had gathered at Ashokapuram railway station to board the train. 
After more than two months of lockdown, these workers are finally relieved to go to their native. The State government and the railway officials co-ordinated their journey.
– Team Mysoorunews

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