The Union Home Ministry has approved the use of trains for people stranded due to the lockdown. An official informed him. People have been stranded in different parts of the country due to the lockdown that has been going on for the last 38 days to stop the spread of Corona virus. In which there are overworkers and students.
An order has been issued for the evacuation of laborers, pilgrims and students from the train, a Home Ministry official said. The Railway Board will arrange it. States will have to approach the Railway Board.
Earlier, a special train was run from Telangana to Jharkhand. The train carried 1200 passengers. RPF DG Arun Kumar said the 24-coach train left at 4.50 am on Friday. He said this is the first train running for tourists.
A special train from Aluva railway station carrying about 1,200 migrant laborers from Kerala will then leave for Bhubaneswar in Orissa on Friday evening. Minister of State VS Sunil Kumar gave this information. He said migrant laborers from Orissa had been staying in relief camps in Ernakulam district since the lockdown was imposed.
The truck should not be stopped at state borders, the home ministry said. These problems are still being faced in many states. The Home Ministry reiterated that trucks and freight vehicles do not need a pass. Then whether it is full or empty.