In a good gesture, migrant workers made use of their isolation time where they are residing amidst the nationwide coronavirus lockdown.
Migrants labours in Rajasthan’s Sikar started painting the walls of the school building which was turned into a quarantine centre to house them. The labours are basically from Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and other places.
According to the reports, migrant workers in Palsana, Rajasthan, wanting to utilise the excess time in productive activities and decided to take up the initiative of adorning the walls of the school. The gestures will set an example for others to follow who all are living in quarantine.
To reciprocate the good arrangements made by the villagers, the migrant workers set out to beautify the quarantine facility.
The sarpanch of the village and the school staff arranged colours on their request and the labourers then started painting school walls. The workers even refused to take money for their services.
The school was not painted for the last nine years. They said that it was a goodwill gesture by them for the services and good care they have received by the locals.