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Supreme Court : State Governments responsible for sending migrant workers home

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Migrant workers are returning to their state due to Corona infection and lockdown in the country. He is facing a lot of difficulties while returning back to his home.

The Supreme Court took suo motu cognizance of the matter on Tuesday. Justices Ashok Bhushan, Sanjay Kishan Kaul and MR Shah had sent notices to the Center, States and Union Territories asking them to respond by May 28. The court asked what steps have been taken to improve their condition.

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The hearing took place in the Supreme Court on Thursday. The Supreme Court said during the hearing that ‘take the walking laborers to the shelter site soon and give them all the facilities’.

The court said during the hearing that we are concerned that the migrant laborers are facing difficulties while going back home.

We have noticed that there are many flaws in the process of registration, transportation as well as their food and drink arrangements. The court also said that it is the responsibility of the state governments to send migrant laborers home.

During the hearing, the Center told the Supreme Court that so far 91 lakh migrants have been sent to their homes. Of these 80 percent are from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

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After India, America is also preparing to ban all Chinese apps including Tik Tok

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After India, the US is also preparing to ban all Chinese apps including Tik Tok. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that we are definitely considering banning the Chinese app.

The US statement came 6 days after the action in India on the Chinese app. A Chinese app like Tik Tok has also exposed the threat to national security.

Earlier, the Indian government had banned 59 Chinese apps including Tik Tok. After this, Chinese companies are appealing to the government that they were not sharing the data of Indian users with the Chinese government.

Tik Tok CEO Kevin Mayer wrote to the Government of India, stating that the Chinese government has never sought users’ data.

The company is constantly clarifying that the data of Indian users is being saved in Singapore’s servers and the Chinese government has neither demanded data nor will the company ever fulfill this request.

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