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At labor chowks, daily wage workers wait with their tools for people to come and take them for work. The labor have usually migrated from the rural areas in search of employment and since they are so poor they cannot afford to have permanent shelters in the urban areas. Therefore, they are forced to live on streets and pavements and keep their tools at nearby shops. They are not given basic health facilities and face difficulties every day. They work on their own. They are not employed by anyone and therefore, have to organize their own work. Often people who make a living in the city are forced to set up their homes on streets or stay in night shelters by paying money every time they go in there.


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