Despite increased funding, govt’s rural jobs programme can at best provide temporary reprieve for now
NEW DELHI : On the morning of 4 June, Sandip Singhroha embarked on an unusual journey. He, along with farmers from the agriculturally prosperous Karnal region of Haryana, boarded a bus to Bihar, accompanying a group of daily wagers who used to work at the local mandi or wholesale crop market.
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