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Migrants like shelter, but they want to go home

Nagpur: On Monday, a steady stream of migrants continued to flood into NMC’s homes, as the Government stopped on intergovernmental journeys and directed the officials to move them to the camps.
The NMC has expanded its capacity of accommodation to 1,262 across 15 shelters with its own night shelters and private institutions. Although migrants, most of whom work in neighboring states, were delighted to have a roof and all three square meals a day, the homesickness became apparent. Prashant Uikey, the supervisor of an Indora shelter said, “We have close to 40 persons in two separate buildings here. The migrants felt like a trapped bird at school and wanted to be allowed to continue their journey. And all the food and medical treatment were offered to them at the school, 55 people. “I had made leg clamps, but all this was pointless when the police caught me and put me up here,” says Shyam Maraskole, who came from a school that has 55 students. Maraskole said he and three others had gone down from Nashik. “My kids are waiting anxiously. In Seoni district I could easily have reached home, “he says. Seoni has Nagpur about 100 km.

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