Mohammad Zubair worked as an embroider in Uttar Pradesh. He visited his family for Holi. At the time, there was no threat from the Covid-19 virus.
Mohammad Salim migrated to Maheshwari in Madhya Pradesh with his wife and kids because of the decline in employment opportunities in Bansa.
Mohammad Ayaz spent his past six months in Bhupalapalli working as an embroiderer to a small business owner. He visited home in late February and returned to Hyderabad in March.
Imran operated a power loom in Bhiwandi, Maharashtra for Rs. 9,000 every two weeks. He updated himself concerning the virus through his smartphone.
Amit Kumar worked at Richa Global sewing sports items in Noida, Uttar Pradesh for the past seven years. He earned Rs. 10,332 every month to cover the expenses of a family of three.
Deepak Munda and Rakesh Prasad arrived in Bengaluru before the lockdown was declared. Rakesh had given his 10th-grade examination prior to his departure from Khakhra,
Rajesh Kumar returned to Indra Reddy Nagar District, Telangana on 17th March to resume his driving work. He was able to work for two-days as the lockdown was implemented on the third.
Dharmendra Mahto, one of the fifteen members of the family, spent his first three months of the year in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh. He drove in the radius of 4 k.m.