Migrant workers set vehicles on fire. Brutal fights were emitted in Surat city of Gujarat on Friday night when several migrant laborers created chaos and violent actions on streets in the midst of Coronavirus lockdown and set numerous vehicles ablaze and flung stones at the police.
The fighting migrant laborers, who are stranded in Surat in the midst of the lockdown, requested that proper plans to be made for them to come back to their local places and are likewise looked for brisk disbursal of unpaid duty, an authority said.
A few transient specialists rampaged in Laskana zone and set on fire vehicles requesting that they be permitted to come back to their local states, police said. While the circumstance has been managed, police have additionally detained some of the migrant workers for taking part in a violent act, the authority said.
Laborers who are now unemployed because of the lockdown are requesting that they ought to be permitted to come back to their towns, he said. The incident occurred on a day when the quantity of coronavirus cases in Gujarat rose to 378 after 116 new cases were accounted for since Thursday night, a senior wellbeing official said. The expansion in cases during 24 hours is the most elevated up until now, he included.Likewise Read: ‘Frenzy, Fear Bigger Problem Than Coronavirus’: SC On Plea On Migrant Workers’ Exodus
With two additional deaths announced during this period, the loss of life due to coronavirus arrived at 19, he said.