Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik on Wednesday accused the BJP-led Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka governments of adopting an uncooperative strategy in taking again migrant staff hailing from these two states.
Mr Malik stated that such an issue has not arisen with different states like Bihar, Rajasthan and one other BJP-ruled state, Madhya Pradesh.
“They’re creating new hurdles. There are not any such issues in case of different states like Bihar, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal although.
“The method (of sending again migrants) has been clean within the case of those states,” Mr Malik stated.
The NCP chief alleged that the Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka governments both don’t need the folks hailing from their states to return or are intentionally creating hurdles in order that out of job staff don’t return in huge numbers.
The Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka authorities ought to perceive that the migrant staff will not be prepared mentally to remain again in Maharashtra and need to return to their native states, Mr Malik stated.
The NCP minister stated the Maharashtra authorities has been sending the functions acquired from migrant staff to the nodal officers of their respective native districts.
As soon as the nodal officers (of the native districts) involved approve the functions, the employees are despatched again both by trains or non-public automobiles following their medical assessments, Mr Malik added.
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