Every day at 7:15 pm, hundreds of migrant workers gather at Malda railway station in West Bengal to leave their hometowns in search of work in big cities. Most of them work in the National Capital Region as daily wage labourers at construction sites or restaurants.
They told us that they don't want to leave if there were job opportunities in their hometown. Whereas for others the reasons to migrate were different. Their home built along the coastline submerges a little after each flood.
As the state enter elections, watch this report by Sadhika Tiwari to understand their problems.