COVID-19: subsistence of labourers requires our participation in extraordinary distributive justice

Suresh is a barefoot lawyer in Khargone. Despite no formal education, he writes request letters to government agencies in English. It took him a couple of years of follow-ups to secure the first handpump for his village. He continues to diligently work to secure work under NREGA and ‘pakka’ houses under PMAY for his community. To be clear, Suresh is a hero.

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Nonprofit adviser, seeking to learn from and support those who serve excluded communities, and struggle for equity and justice.

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