Top 5 stories of 1 June issue
1- Cover story of Prashant Shrivastava reports adversaries and plight faced by lakhs of migrant workers who are forced to walk hundreds of kilometers to reach their home after losing livelihood and shelter due to lockdown. Write-ups of Aruna Roy, Kanika Sharma, Swan and Arvind Singh alongwith photo feature show the unprecedented tragedy.
2- Editor Harvir Singh in his column talks about real problems and weaknesses in government’s policies which compelled migrant workers to return their native place from industrial regions and metros.
3- Harvir Singh talks to Union Human Resources Minister Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishank in an exclusive interview about future course of action to bring education system on track which is badly hit by lockdown.
4- Harvir Singh reports about economic package announced by central government and it’s weakness which could not give any respite to large sections of the society.
5- Prashant Shrivastava and Ravi Bhoi reports on labour reforms initiated by various state governments. Possible adverse impact of giving relaxation from various labour laws is also discussed.
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