In the survey of migrant workers, 27 thousand workers of carpentry and 16 thousand workers were identified as drivers.
Madhya Pradesh first state to conduct authentic survey
Bhopal: Monday, June 8, 2020, Many important facts have come to light in the survey of migrant workers. Among the workers who have returned from other states to Madhya Pradesh during the Corona crisis, there are 27 thousand 721 workers engaged in Luhari and carpentry work and 16 thousand 900 workers working as drivers. Similarly, one lakh 76 thousand 682 in building and structure construction, 99 thousand 26 in agriculture sector, 37 thousand 805 in brick and tiles construction, 27 thousand 26 in shops, restaurants, 20 thousand 124 in loading work, 16 thousand in the work of mistry. 208, 12 thousand 629 in private security, 10 thousand 784 in the work of street / hawkers, 10 thousand 356 in textile industry, 9 thousand 464 in garment industry, 8 thousand 252 in plastics and chemicals industry, 7 thousand 939 as rickshaw drivers And 6 thousand 302 workers were working in the work of painting.
Major states from where migrant workers returned
State migrant labor kin number
Maharashtra 1,94,939 1,05,072
Gujarat 1,76,458 1,59,733
Rajasthan 78,274 80,555
Delhi 57,192 63,356
Haryana 51,300 55387
Uttar Pradesh 43,441 43,904
Telangana 39,314 18,898
Chhattisgarh 19,160 9,586
Karnataka 15,392 6,314
Andhra Pradesh 8,784 3,556
7 lakh 30 thousand 311 migrant laborers, who were originally residents of Madhya Pradesh, have come under the survey in the migrant labor survey campaign conducted from May 27 to June 6 in the state. Apart from this, a total of 13 lakh 10 thousand 186 workers, including 5 lakh 79 thousand 875 their families, were identified in the survey. Madhya Pradesh is the first state to have completed an authentic survey of migrant workers. Overall ID in the survey And the Aadhaar card is considered the main base. The survey was conducted by Secretary, Employment Assistant in Gram Panchayats and ward in-charge in urban areas through mobile app developed by NIC.
The Madhya Pradesh government gave priority to bringing back the workers from other states and providing them employment. The Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewed the campaign for the return of workers daily. On the instructions of Chief Minister Shri Chouhan, where employment has been ensured under MNREGA, action is being taken to provide employment in various industrial areas through the Employment Bridge Portal.
Among the migrant laborers, mainly district Balaghat 54 thousand 817, Chhatarpur 48 thousand 862, Morena 47 thousand 747, Rewa 45 thousand 336, Satna 39 thousand 480, Sidhi 31 thousand 704, Bhind 28 thousand 703, Panna 26 thousand 991, Seoni 25. Thousand 806 and Tikamgarh 24 thousand 365 workers have returned. Along with this, some migrant workers have also come to Indore, Bhopal and Narsinghpur district.
Among the migrant workers, 3 lakh 75 thousand 779 of 18 to 30 years, one lakh 94 thousand 568 of 30 to 40 years, one lakh 13 thousand 950 of 40 to 50 years, 40 thousand 24 and 50 years of age of 50 to 60 years. There are 5 thousand 768 workers.
All the workers were given ration every month under the Pradhan Mantri Khadyan Yojana. Employment fairs will also be organized in June-July to provide employment to migrant workers.