AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON RETURN EMIGRANTS OF GOA: SOCIO - ECONOMIC CONCERNS AND PROBLEMS AND DIFFICULTIES
Author(s):
Dr. Devanand C. Mandrekar
Keywords:
Return emigrants, Discrimination, Uninvited Guest, Lockdown, India, Migration, Migrants
Abstract
Since the 25th of March, 2020, India has been under martial law. Migration has been badly disrupted by the lockdown. Many people have lost their employment as a result of industry closures and are now stuck outside their home countries. Immigrants' plight has been addressed since then, with the government announcing assistance measures and arranging for their safe return. Recognizing the difficulties encountered by migrants trapped throughout India, the Supreme Court of India examined the government's plans for transit and aid. Goa has historically served as a transportation point. People from throughout the Indian subcontinent have been passing through the land since time immemorial. Travelers from Europe, notably the Portuguese, have come, gone, and returned again, as have visitors from farther afield via the historic Bahia-Lisbon-Goa caravel route or along the Hippie path of the 1970s. Goans have travelled throughout history, whether fleeing persecution, fleeing poverty, or fleeing for personal gain. As a result of this research, the state should take a more active role in the rehabilitation of returnees.
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Unique Paper ID: 154976

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 867 - 871
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