International Journal of Education and Psychological Research

(Print and Online Peer Reviewed Journal)

Print - ISSN: 2349 - 0853
e - ISSN: 2279 - 0179


(June 2021)

Covid-19 Pandemic and Its effect on migrants workers in India : An Analysis


Professor Shakeel Ahmad , Mr.Rahul

Pages: 34-38


Covid-19 Coronavirus is an invisible enemy of the human being and millions of millions of people are affected in the world,

Many numbers of people have died in the world. India‘s one of the most affected country in the world. Every human being is

affected by the corona Virus. When the Lockdown was imposed in the entire territory during the covid-19. The migrant's Labour

workers are the worst affected during this period because they have no work, no money, no food so that’s why they forced to

return to back their home states where during the first wave of coronavirus in India all the transportation has been suspended

where no one is allowed to go outside from their respective places but it was not easy for the migrant workers because they all are

daily wagers. so they all are badly affected by the first wave of coronavirus in 2020 and the second wave of 2021. The Central

Government and the State Government shall take a few steps for the help of the migrant's labour workers like resuming some

special shramik trains and the few special inter-state buses. India's prime minister launched a special scheme Pradhan Mantri

Garib Kalyan Yojna.