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COVID-19: Odisha Workers Stranded Because They Don't Have Aadhaar

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COVID-19: Odisha Workers Stranded Because They Don’t Have Aadhaar
Migrant workers from Odisha tell The Wire they remain stranded because they don’t have Aadhar ID. Ironically, they missed out on Aadhar enrolment because they were away from their villages for work
Sushant Bhat and Bharat Bhoi, migrant workers from Odisha who remain stranded in Palghar, Maharashtra because they can’t register to return home as they don’t have Aadhaar numbers. Photo: Sent by Sushant Bhat to the writer
Bhubaneswar: Migrant workers hailing from Odisha, stranded in different parts of India since the nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus began on March 25, 2020, were relieved when the state government announced plans for their return home on April 26. The announcement by chief minister Naveen Patnaik came after reports emerged of unrest among workers in Surat demanding to be taken home to Odisha.

Supreme Court stays Orissa HC order on conditional return of migrants

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Supreme Court stays Orissa HC order on conditional return of migrants
Indo-Asian News Service
The Centre moved the apex court challenging this order.
A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, S.K. Kaul and B.R. Gavai issued notice on the matter and granted stay against the operation of the High Court order passed May 7.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta and advocate Kanu Agarwal cited the circular issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs April 29 and May 1, stating that stranded migrants in various states are being allowed to travel in various states only if the migrants are not having any symptoms and further on the condition that the migrants will be quarantined for the requisite time period in their native states.

Orissa High Court tells state to only allow return of migrants testing negative for Covid19

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Orissa High Court tells state to only allow return of migrants testing negative for Covid19
On Thursday, Odisha saw the single highest spike in positive cases with 34 new Covid19 cases reported taking the total number of confirmed cases to 219.
BHUBANESWAR: Orissa High Court has directed Naveen Patnaik's government to ensure that only migrants who test negative for Covid19 are allowed to return to Odisha.
The court was listening, via video conference, to a PIL filed by one Narayan Chandra Jena who wanted no one to be allowed to enter into the state in lieu of the Covid19 situation. Asking for the matter to be put up in the next sitting, the High Court bench said, “In the meantime, the state government should ensure that all the migrants who are in queue to come to Odisha should be tested negative of Covid19 before boarding the conveyance.”

Odisha cancels 3 trains from Surat after HC suggestion to allow only corona negative returnees

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Three trains were scheduled to bring over 3,000 people from Surat to Odisha on Friday.
"However, we have asked the district magistrate of Surat to cancel the three Odisha bound trains tomorrow," a senior official said.
So far 13 trains including 12 from Surat have brought people to Odisha and four others are on their way to the state.
Officials said at least 4,225 people, who were stranded in other states due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown, returned to Odisha on Thursday. So far, 39,765 people have returned to Odisha by train, bus or other vehicles.
Earlier, while adjudicating over a PIL, the Orissa High Court said, The state government should ensure that all the migrants who are in the queue to come to Odisha should be tested negative for COVID-19 before boarding the conveyance."

Allow only coronavirus negative workers to return, suggests Odisha HC

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The Orissa High Court on Thursday
suggested that the state government ensure that only those migrant workers, who are tested negative for COVID-19, are allowed to return to the state.
Adjudicating over a PIL, a division bench comprising Justice Kumari Sanju Panda and Justice K R Mohapatra adjourned the matter till the next sitting of the bench.
"In the meantime, the state government should ensure that all the migrants who are in the queue to come to Odisha should be tested negative for COVID-19 before boarding the conveyance," the bench said during the hearing.
The high court, however, has not specified whether the state government would ensure the corona status of the returnees through laboratory tests or thermal screening tests.

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