MNS chief Raj Thackeray hits back at Yogi Adityanath for ‘seek permission for migrant workers’ remark

by Carter Toni

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray hit out at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, saying labourers will need to seek nod from the Maharashtra government if they would like to work here.

MNS chief Raj Thackeray hits

His remarks came each day after Adityanath stated states will need to seek permission from his government when they want Uttar Pradesh’s migrant workers back.

“The Maharashtra government must take may be seriously. Any worker coming here to operate is deserving of duly registered using the government in addition to local police. These workers should submit their documents photos too,” Thackeray stated inside a statement.

The federal government must undertake this kind of exercise diligently, he added.

Adityanath had on Sunday requested officials to setup a migration commission and then stated in a web seminar that other states will need permission to employ workers from Uttar Pradesh as some states had treated them badly.

Besides, focusing on skill mapping and employment of migrant workers, the commission will fix their wages and develop social security schemes, including insurance, on their behalf.

“The migrants commission works within the interest from the migrant workers. Or no other condition wants UP’s manpower, they can’t bring them away much like that. Individuals states will need to get it done using the consent and permission from the UP government. The way in which our migrant workers were ill-treated in individuals states, the UP government will require their insurance, social peace of mind in its hands now. The UP government will stand together wherever they work, whether in UP, other states or any other countries,” Adityanath stated in the web seminar.

Chairing an evaluation meeting on Covid-19 and also the lockdown earlier within the day, the main minister requested the officials concerned to organize a draft outline for that migration commission.

The main minister also stated that his government had facilitated the ‘safe and honourable’ return of two.3 million (23 lakh) migrant workers to date also it would stay dedicated to getting back all individuals who desired to return.

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