On 1st May, the world is intend to celebrate International Labours Day . On the contrary, millions of hopeless daily wage workers remaining stranded in no man’s land between within the India- Bangladesh international border. They are just way-less to move and satisfy their hunger aimed COVID-19 lockdown.
A number of citizens from all over India have been held captive in no man’s land between the India- Bangladesh international border for the past 38 days. “About 260 Indian villages with a total of 70,000 residents which lie in the ‘no man’s land’ between the two countries,” the government informs.
The Border Security Force (BSF) has not allowed them to cross the international border and enter the Indian after the nationwide lockdown was declared on March 24. After the lockdown declared, the BSF is directed to increase the security and not allow anyone to enter India.