Can't Stop Migrants From Walking On Roads, Says SC
The Morning Standard|May 16, 2020
Refuses to hear a petition asking food, transport be provided by govt

The Supreme Court on Friday said it was impossible for courts to monitor or stop the movement of migrant workers across the country and that it was for the government to take necessary action in this regard.

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