To prevent the coronavirus, the entire country is under the lockdown, which was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday, although before that many state governments have also implemented the lockdown in their state. After the implementation of the lockdown in the entire country, where there is silence on the streets, many such pictures are coming out from different parts of the country which will bring tears to your eyes. Knowing in detail about these pictures, even a stone heart will melt. These pictures are of various helpless laborers of the country, who have been disturbed by the lockdown and have left to reach their home on foot. The journey of these poor laborers is not about 5-10 km, but many of them are such that the distance from work to home is 250-300 km. You may be thinking that these laborers are crazy, but the truth is that when there was no place of home nor food to drink due to the lockdown, these helpless people of the country and abroad took the path of their home on foot. A similar heartbreaking scene was also seen in the Uttarakhand in which a woman from Delhi reached Uttarakhand on foot with her innocent 3-year old baby in her lap.
Eight Nepalese people, including a woman working in Delhi, reached Rampur border in Uttarakhand on Thursday. Walking from Delhi, the woman included in the group of these Nepali people also had a woman with her three-month-old baby. All these people walked on foot from Delhi on 22 March. Realizing their passion, passion, and compulsion, at someplace on the way, people gave them food while doing the duty of humanity.
On Thursday, the police team posted at Rampur Border understood their situation and provided food to them later Uttarakhand police also arranged health tests of all then sent them to Banbasa by bus. After which they reached Banbasa via Rudrapur.
Seeing the help received by the police and people in this difficult journey from Delhi to Uttarakhand, all these sentiments are not tired thanks to all these. While on one hand, this scene is in front of us, on the other hand, we have also received information about the trapping of 30 laborers of East Champaran Bihar. By the way, many such pictures have also come to us inside the state, in which people have started walking towards their house on foot. While two youths reached Almora on foot from Nainital, two men from Rishikesh reached Narayanbagad on foot.