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Social Injustice Migrant Crisis

Author Name: A. Maitri | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

Indian migrant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic have faced multiple hardships. With factories and workplaces shut down due to the lockdown imposed in the country, millions of migrant workers had to deal with the loss of income, food shortages and uncertainty about their future. Following this, many of them and their families went hungry. Thousands of them then began walking back home, with no means of transport due to the lockdown. The severe economic downturn of Migrant workers following the consequences of lockdown measures in the country had led to an unprecedented migration of workers and families from large urban centres to rural India.
This book is an honest attempt to portray the conditions of the migrants flowing the nationwide call of Lockdown by the government and its cascading effects on the lives and livelihood of the Migrants workers. The Book is divided into five sections:
1)   The Concept of Justice- The Indian Constitution
2)   Social Justice
3)   Promulgation of the Disaster Management Act 2005
4)   The Failure of the System
5)   Social in justice & Article 142
Book narrates a sad story of failure of system where-in one section of Society was not heard anywhere by Government or Judiciary. Hundreds of migrant workers died and no one heard their cause. This book will be useful to students, researchers for finding out that ‘what went wrong’ With this study, researchers, instructors, students and policymakers can ascertain the curative measures which may be required in future for avoiding failure of the system.

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A. Maitri

A post graduate with working experience of more than 35 years as a member of bar and as a judicial officer. 
Do believe that Justice cannot be done to ALL, but denial of Justice is disheartening……. so I started penning thoughts by writing books.

The Suffering of the millions of Migrant workers who were tortured in the most inhumane way within their own country & they faced the worst phase of life which they did not deserve, forced & inspired me to write this book.