Migrant Workers Walk Home, #MeTooMigrants Tweet From Home

While respective struggles of India’s migrant labourers and other individuals are kaafi real, they are not the same.

Updated12 May 2020, 07:57 AM IST
India
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Many Indians took to Twitter to stand in solidarity with the migrant labourers using the hashtag #MeTooMigrant. However, the hashtag was also widely misused to reflect a display of people’s privileges.

While the respective struggles of India’s migrant labourers and other individuals are ‘kaafi real’ amid the pandemic and lockdown, they are not the same.

While the respective struggles of India’s migrant labourers and other individuals are ‘kaafi real’ amid the pandemic and lockdown, they are not the same.
While the respective struggles of India’s migrant labourers and other individuals are ‘kaafi real’ amid the pandemic and lockdown, they are not the same.
(Graphic: Aroop Mishra/The Quint)

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