Real Story of Dunki | How Indians Cross US Mexico Border?

Real Story of Dunki | How Indians Cross US Mexico Border?
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Hello, friends!  Located 13 km away from the capital of real Gujarat, Gandhinagar,   “They couldn’t get jobs,  it’d be better abroad.”  “If we don’t go to America,  our children would have a rough life here.”  You can see such posters all over Dingucha.  Many ads guarantee that  you’ll get a visa without any exams.  In January 2022, seeing their fellow villagers going to America,  a family in Dingucha decided to follow them.  39-year-old Jagdish Patel, his wife, and their 2 children,  boarded a flight to go to Canada.  The Patel family managed to raise ₹6.5 million  to engage the services of an agent  to take them to America,  using the ‘donkey process.’  His wife Vaishali Ben dreamt of real working at a beauty salon in America.

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He was driving a 15-seater van  with two Gujaratis as passengers.  One individual among these 5 individuals carried a backpack  with diapers, toys, and clothes for kids.  The Haryanvi youth expressed frustration with the toxic cycle of joblessness  and instances of paper leaks of entrance exams.  The third significant reason behind individuals choosing the ‘donkey process’  is escaping political persecution.   Individuals undergoing the asylum process  often endure months or even years of investigation,  including potential mistreatment or torture.   The link to download the course is available in the description below.  On which real issues was the film focusing?  I have explained it in this video.  Click here to watch it.  Thank you very much!


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