BanglaHunt Desk: A tragic picture has emerged of migrant workers returning to the country from Madhya Pradesh. Where the father is forced to pull his young daughter in a handcart 600 kilometers away. His pregnant wife is walking in front of the car. The father made a car with a ball bearing for the little girl, the worker walked 800 km on foot.
A touching scene was seen on the Balagat border in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday afternoon. A man named Ramu, who works in Hyderabad, came to Balagat with his pregnant wife and two-year-old daughter after a journey of 600 km. When Ramu stopped working in Hyderabad on lockdown, he appealed to many people to come back. However, there was no hearing.
Some distance away, Ramu continues to carry his two-year-old daughter on his lap and his pregnant wife with her luggage. However, it starts a journey of 800 km instead of 10-15 km. On the way Ramu made a car which was made of bamboo. He left the luggage in the car and put his two-year-old daughter in it. The daughter did not have shoes on her feet. He then tied the car to a rope and, at the time of pulling, covered 600 kilometers in 18 days.
When he reached the Rajegaon border in Balagat, the policemen present there were shocked to see him. He brought the girl a biscuit and shoes and sent her to the village in a private car. Child bearing hand carriages (child bearing hand carriages) made for daughters, workers are pulling 600 km. A tragic picture has emerged of migrant workers returning home from Madhya Pradesh, where a father is forced to pull his young daughter in a handcart 600 km away. His pregnant wife is walking in front of the car.