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Punjab industry fears the migration of labourers says, officials

Industry in Punjab fears mass migration of transient labourers from the state after the Centre on Wednesday permitted stranded workers to move back to their native places.
We are miserable to hear that the government has permitted migrant workers to return to their homes. On the off chance that the government needs us to restart our units, by what method would this be able to be conceivable without the workforce, informed United Cycle and Parts Manufacturers Association president D S Chawla on Saturday.
He said whatever transient worker was accessible in the state would come back to their locals puts as the legislature has begun extraordinary train administrations to ship them.
“At the point when transient workers will discover that trains have begun to take them, even those ones who have not wanted to return will doubtlessly move out of the state, leaving the business in stagger,” included Chawla.

According to the reports, Punjab has around 10 lakh transient labourers remembering seven lakhs for Ludhiana alone. The dominant part of transient workers is from Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand.
Industry pioneers said on the off chance that the administration needed to permit transient workers to return, at that point why the industry was being approached to restart their tasks.

In the previous few days, numerous units in various industry verticals in the state have approached to restart their activities in non-regulation zones in accordance with the rules of the service of Home Affairs.

On Wednesday, the Centre had permitted transient labourers, vacationers, understudies and others abandoned in various pieces of the nation to move to their goals with specific conditions.

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