Life of a migrant worker is extremely hard. They venture out from their hometown and villages to metro cities solely for better livelihood options and sustaining their families. Md. Jahir Hawari one such migrant worker who came to Mumbai for better income options. Amidst the COVID19 lockdown, he was one of the lakhs of migrant workers stuck in the city. He came to the city in February 2020 from village Karma in Hazaribag district of Jharkhand. He worked at a hotel in Chembur and earned INR 9,500 per month, of which he used to spend INR 1000/- for his survival and rest he used to send to his family in the village. His family consists of his two brothers and their 5 children, parents, and his wife, and his four daughters.