Over 20,000 Hindu migrants who fled their homes in Pakistan's Sindh province due to religious persecution have found themselves in a disadvantaged and impoverished situation in India. These migrants are from the lower socioeconomic groups and are in India on a Long Term Visa (LTV); they have not yet been granted Indian citizenship. They live primarily in the Rajasthani city of Jodhpur, but also in the nearby districts of Pali, Jalore, Jaisalmer, Barmer, Bikaner, and Udaipur. These migrants were turned away from government-run hospitals and dispensaries during the first and second phases of the epidemic and were denied immunization because they did not have Aadhaar cards and were not Indian citizens.
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