From migrants waiting for buses to passengers coming out of stations, a glimpse at the Lockdown life

5 photos    |  Thu, 21 May 2020 06:30 PM IST
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People wearing face masks exit the New Delhi railway station after the government eased restrictions imposed as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus in New Delhi on Wednesday. The Indian Railways is running trains for 15 special destinations across the country. (Pic credits: Pallav Palliwal)

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Migrant workers wait for a bus at Ghazipur to leave for their native places, during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in Delhi, India, on May 20, 2020. The state government are playing special buses so that migrant workers can reach their hometown amid uncertainty of their livelihood in several cities. (Pic credits: Pallav Palliwal)

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Special shramik trains are also running across the country to help stranded workers reach their home state. The Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government on Monday announced that it has accepted Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's proposal to deploy 1,000 buses for stranded migrants to go back to their native villages. (Pic credits: Pallav Palliwal)

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In New Delhi, all shops, except those in containment zones, allowed to open with staggered timings in the ongoing fourth phase of lockdown. But, the government has not allowed areas that draw a large number of people. It includes shopping malls, multiplexes, entertainment parks, bars, theatres, auditoriums, and similar places. (Pic credits: Pallav Palliwal)

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A footwear shop open in a market area after the government eased restrictions imposed as a preventive measure against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus in New Delhi on Wednesday. The MHA and state governments have released guidelines with ease in restrictions. (Pic credits: Pallav Palliwal)

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