In a terrible accident … 14 workers were killed asleep on the “killer bed”

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India To their homelands, after losing their jobs due to the general isolation imposed to contain a virus outbreak Sk Since late March.

The ministry said the freight train driver tried to stop him when he saw workers on the tracks but failed to do so, noting that it had ordered an investigation to be opened.

Under public isolation, all transportation in India has been suspended, so it is often forced Laborers Migrants who return to their homes for long distances.

It should be noted that the Indian government had extended the general isolation until May 17, in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus.

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On Friday, India’s Ministry of Railways announced that the workers “were sleeping on the tracks” as they were apparently on their way to their villages.

Tens of thousands of major cities in India are returning to their homelands after losing their jobs due to the general isolation imposed to contain the outbreak of the Coronavirus since late March.

The ministry said the freight train driver tried to stop him when he saw workers on the tracks but failed to do so, noting that it had ordered an investigation to be opened.

Under general isolation, all transportation has been suspended in India, so migrant workers returning to their homes often have to walk long distances.

It should be noted that the Indian government had extended the general isolation until May 17, in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus.



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