Published On: Jun 05, 2020

The Supreme Court on Friday reserved its order for June 9 on a suo motu plea over the plight of migrant labourers stranded across the country amid the ongoing coronavirus-induced lockdown. A three-judge bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan proposed a period of 15 days for the states to effectuate completion of transport and ferry the stranded migrant workers, who want to go to their native places. All states must create employment for migrants, the apex court said.  

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