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Influenza, Life’s not easy for a silver medallist from Rio. where she was forced to dig in her heels and at times scramble on her nails." said a senior police official. our jhuggis were demolished," "All this is of no use. A post uploaded by Congress organising secretary Durgadas Kamat, Not only will it bring the migrant workers under the usual benefits enjoyed by the local residents,including medical insurance and death claims but it will also help the government keep a tab on their activities and sort out the mischief-mongers from the genuine workers Activists are welcoming the move Many say this would help tobreak down the cultural barriers and make it easier forthe migrant community to assimilate into the middle class fabric of Kerala “After all this is a land which believes in the slogan ‘workers of the world unite’ So it is better we start this assimilation process and wipe away the cultural differences’’ said CR Neelakandan an activist based in Ernakulam Neelakandan also adds that it is important for Kerala to realise why it needs to retain its migrant work force “We all need to understand that Kerala’s economy will break down the moment these migrants leave Almost every sector is dependent on them That’s the reality’’ he added Neelakandan’s words stand testimony to the huge influence the migrant population has on Kerala’s economy It is also for the same reason that Kerala can never think of going the Maharashtra way in antagonising its migrant population There is certainly more at stake here than just ‘twisted nationalism’ say Left leaders The arrival of the first batch of migrant workers to Kerala a decade ago was seen as a boon for the state’s struggling manpower From then on it has been a symbiotic relationship that the state has enjoyed with the migrants What the Gulf has been for the average Malayali Kerala has been for the worker from Bengal Bihar Assam Uttar Pradesh and even Odisha for years While a worker in any of these states gets between Rs 100 to 150 after a day’s hard labour in Kerala the worker makes between Rs 800 to 1000 a day allowing him to send out an annual remittance of Rs 25000 crore from the state Every year close to 235 lakh migrant workers land up in the southern state looking for jobs For the state too their retention is crucial Thousands of business establishments ranging from construction to hospitality manufacturing to agriculture arerun by migrant hands alone Contractors admit that migrant workers are the lifeline of the state and one glimpse at the little town of Perumbavoor the scene of the gruesome rape-murder a stone’s throw away from Cochin will provewhy There is hardly anything in the town that would give away its existence as a part of Kerala It is more akin to a busy Tier IIItown in West Bengal or Odisha Signboards in Bengali andOriya greet the visitor to this little town Theatres run Bengali and even Bhojpuri films Churches have special masses in Hindi Bengali and Oriya Some migrants have bought lands married from the localcommunity and are settled here But still the assimilation into local society has been painfully slow Father Sabu Malayil who runs the Jeevika Migrant Workers Movement says that it would take some time for the average Malayali to except the migrant worker as one of his own “Today if you want to build a house you need a Bengali or an Oriya to do your mason work You need him to sweat it out for you but when it comes to dealing with a problem that he faces you will just turn away This attitude of the Malayali has to change We need to understand that a migrant worker is here because he needs work’’ said Father Malayil People like Father Malayil who have been working for migrant workers’ welfare hope the new step by the government would sort out at least a few of the problems But experts on migration studies are not ready to bite yet They say social security measures need to be voluntary in nature and should never be enforced upon anyone just because the person hails from a different state Binoy Peter who heads the Centre for Migratory Studies andInclusive Development says such measures need to be tailormade for the worker who will never stick to one place forever “Most importantly the schemes should be portable and voluntary Otherwise it will never work because these people are seasonal in their movements If a worker registers in say Cochin works here for five years and then goes back to Khandamal he should be able to receive the benefits there too Government should ensure this Otherwise this will be a meaningless exercise” added Peter While the state government strongly believes in the dictum that a few rotten apples don’t spoil the entire basket it would also not like to ignore the concerns of the police force According to the State Crime Records Bureau in the last five years alone 1200 criminal cases of various kinds ranging from theft to murder to rape have been registered against migrant workers A sudden spurt in narcotic cases in the last two years is also attributed to the migrant population who are easy carriers All of this means the state government has on its hands a Herculean task not to forget the sheer numbers of an ever-growing migrant population Spirits however seem to be running high for now be it migrant or local. She didn’t seem like someone who’ll be easily weighed down by the pressures of the job.

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