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scolfeild

Minister (2k+ posts)
Barhal ab ye humare bad kismati hai keh aj pti ka asal face asad omer hammad azhar ki bajaye apa firdous ban gaye hai khan sab jan deye enu kete uran paran kardeyo
Apa firdous know and speak the language of opposition, it’s good to have her I guess
 

Desprado

MPA (400+ posts)
Hammad Azhar is dam good guy and only good thing in PTI.

But this Asad Umar is totally BS and useless. This is the guy who wasted Pakistan 9 months of IMF and Fatf and their was 0 progress.
 

Ratan

Minister (2k+ posts)
Terrorist Modi who is the Bhagwan of RSS...pushed the "Tattistan"..aka hindustan...on the Verge of Collapse.

NY Times...Latest.

For India’s Laborers, Coronavirus Lockdown Is an Order to Starve
Despite leaders’ decrees on staying home, labourers who live hand-to-mouth say they have no choice but to keep hitting the streets. Here are their stories.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ordered a lockdown of India’s 1.3 billion citizens to fight the spread of coronavirus, urging people to distance themselves socially and work from home.

But social distancing means hunger for many in India, with a workforce heavily dependent on manual labour. It would be an unheard-of luxury for the ragpicker or street vendor who lives day today.

About 80 per cent of India’s 470 million workers are in the informal sector, lacking contracts and unprotected by labour laws. Many are manual labourers in the fields, factories and streets of India.
On a Wednesday afternoon, normally peak rush hour in Delhi, Ramchandran Ravidas was bicycling around in big, lazy circles in the middle of the main thoroughfare, boredom, hunger and his empty pockets on his mind.

On a good day, if he has “a lot of energy” he can make up to 450 rupees, or $6, he said. He lives out of the garage he rents his bicycle rickshaw from and worries that he will be evicted soon; he has had no customers since the lockdown.
 

Ratan

Minister (2k+ posts)
Leader of Tattistan..Terrorist Feku Modi...failed yet again

Qartz India Writes:
India’s coronavirus response needs to address the question of social inequity.

How do you discuss self-quarantine with a person sharing a tiny shanty with 10 people in a slum?

How do you advise social distancing to a manual scavenger?

How do you tell an Adivasi, who struggles for one meal a day, to prioritise hand sanitisers?

How do you educate tuberculosis survivors about cough etiquette?

Considering the ecology of urban India, municipal bodies, in coordination with concerned stakeholders, should be empowered to design hyperlocal strategies for overcrowded neighbourhoods, homeless shelters and prison populations.
 
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