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|Title:||How daily wage workers in India suffered in the lockdown : and continue to struggle months later|
|Citation:||Mohan, D., Mistry, J., Singh, A. and Sreedhar, S. (March 26, 2021). How daily wage workers in India suffered in the lockdown : and continue to struggle months later. Scroll|
|Abstract:||Asked how the lockdown-induced economic crisis affected the lives-livelihoods of daily wage workers, Rajesh Singh, in his early 20s in Lucknow said, “Since the time of Covid and the lockdown, there has been a severe crisis of employment opportunities in local labor markets. Getting work for even two days in a week is excruciatingly difficult for us. Daily wages too, for any work possible, have dipped by half.”|
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