Away From Home, These Migrants Call Kerala Their 'Mini Gulf'

PUBLISHED ON: August 8, 2017 | Duration: 2 min, 00 sec

   
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A room that he shares with six others in Kerala's business capital Kochi is the closest thing that 20-year-old Johirul Sheikh from Assam has to a home for now. He came to Kochi around two years ago with a dream to educate his sister and support his parents. But like most of his friends, he is worried about the floods back home. Last he heard from his family, they had shifted to a relief shelter as flood waters breached their house in Kaziranga.
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