1500 buses deployed to take migrant workers to their native districts Ghaziabad DM
| Sunday | 29th March, 2020
Ghaziabad: The district administration has deployed 1,500 buses to take the migrant workers who had returned from Delhi and Bihar due to the coronavirus lockdown to their native districts where they will be checked for COVID-19 symptoms, a senior official said here.
District Magistrate Ajay Shankar Pandey said all the migrants who had arrived here have been sent to their native districts.
Authorities of all those districts have been informed so that a medical checkup of the migrants may be conducted when they alight from the buses.
The Centre has ordered a 14-day quarantine of all migrant workers who travelled after violating the lockdown which has been imposed to check the spread of coronavirus.
Our electricity and water connections were cut down, Ram Kirpal Yadav, a migrant from Etawah district, claimed.
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