Jamshedpur 30 April 2020: Jharkhand is all set to bring back students, tourist labours and others stuck in different state of India due to COVID-19 Lockdown.
Jharkhand Chief Minister, Hemant Soren got green signal from the central on 29th April for the letter which he wrote earlier on 26th April to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging central support in bringing back students and migrants from the state stranded in different parts of the country due to coronavirus-triggered lockdown to avoid legal hassles under Epidemic Act.
“As There is a bar on inter-state movement as per the April 15, 2020 directive of the Union Home Ministry that till end on May 3. Jharkhand does not want to violate the directive“, Soren wrote in the letter.
The Ministry Of Home Affairs, Government of India has now issued guideline to all states of India to bring Back people stuck in other parts of India.
Jharkhand and all other states to bring back people stuck in other states: Approved By MHA https://t.co/gIP5UMjyKe
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On 29th April, Central issued guideline to bring back more than 30,000 students, more than 10 Lakhs labourers, tourist and other natives of Jharkhand stuck in different state of country due to COVID-19.
The centre has now allowed all state government to bring back the natives in buses and on other vehicles only through road, but Chief Minister Hemant Soren has also requested the central government to run special trains to bring back these people as the number of people of Jharkhand stuck in other parts of India are quite high.