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Migrant workers throng Mumbai railway station in hope of catching a train home

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Mumbai, May 27 (EFE/EPA).- Huge crowds of migrant workers gathered at Mumbai's railway station on Wednesday in hope of boarding a train home.Millions of suddenly jobless migrant workers are moving back to their village after India eased coronavirus lockdown. (Camera: DIVYAKANT SOLANKI). SHOT LIST: MIGRANTS FROM DHARAVI GOING TO LOKMANYA TILAK TERMINUS RAILWAY STATION TO BOARD A TRAIN FOR THEIR VILLAGE, IN MUMBAI, INDIA.

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