50 road buses drive to Delhi to pick up the migrants

Bareilly. Migrants coming from Delhi don’t have blisters in their feet, they don’t have to walk with luggage, that’s why Roadways has sent 50 buses to Delhi. This allows migrants to come to their homes by bus.
The lockdown was extended by a week from Sunday in Delhi. Factories in and around Delhi have been closed. As a result, the people who work there have not only become unemployed, but are also worried about getting home. For this reason, Roadways has sent 50 buses to Delhi to get the migrants safely to their homes. Roadways has also taken this step so that these people don’t walk to the houses with their families. On Sunday evening, 50 buses drove to Delhi.
Carrying bags for drivers at both bus bases
Saturday and Sunday were huge losses for road management. The weekend curfew resulted in silence at the old and satellite bus stops. The buses were parked, but the drivers were in trouble. Few passengers could be seen on some buses.
Last year the workers were hungry and thirsty
After the lockdown passed on March 25th last year, migrant workers and their families left their homes with hungry and thirsty steps. He only traveled to his town and home on foot, which left blisters on his feet. Some migrant workers died on the way. However, in Bareilly, at toll booths, and elsewhere, social organizations had also made provisions for food and water.
About 50 buses have been sent to Delhi to allow migrants to return home comfortably.
– RK Tripathi, Regional Manager, Roads
The railways also run three trains
Bareilly. The railways have also taken steps to feed migrants in their homes. On Sunday the railway put three trains into operation.
Most of the expatriates working in Delhi are from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. He is upset about the lack of reservations on routine trains. In such a situation there is hope of some relief on the trains that run from Sunday onwards. Northern Railway has run three trains from Delhi to cities like Sitamarhi, Darbhanga, Samastipur etc. These include two summer specials for Delhi-Sitamarhi and Delhi Darbhanga, as well as a train for Rajgir. These trains stop at many train stations including Moradabad, Rampur, Bareilly, Lucknow, Gonda, Basti, Gorakhpur, Deoria, Bhatni, Muzaffarpur and Samastipur. conversation

Bareilly. Migrants coming from Delhi don’t have blisters in their feet, they don’t have to walk with luggage, that’s why Roadways has sent 50 buses to Delhi. This allows migrants to come to their homes by bus.

The lockdown was extended by a week from Sunday in Delhi. Factories in and around Delhi have been closed. As a result, the people who work there have not only become unemployed, but are also worried about getting home. For this reason, Roadways has sent 50 buses to Delhi to get the migrants safely to their homes. Roadways has also taken this step so that these people don’t walk to the houses with their families. On Sunday evening, 50 buses drove to Delhi.

Carrying bags for drivers at both bus bases

Saturday and Sunday were huge losses for road management. The weekend curfew resulted in silence at the old and satellite bus stops. The buses were parked, but the drivers were in trouble. Few passengers could be seen on some buses.

Last year the workers were hungry and thirsty

After the lockdown passed on March 25th last year, migrant workers and their families left their homes with hungry and thirsty steps. He only traveled to his town and home on foot, which left blisters on his feet. Some migrant workers died on the way. However, in Bareilly, at toll booths, and elsewhere, social organizations had also made provisions for food and water.

About 50 buses have been sent to Delhi to allow migrants to return home comfortably.

– RK Tripathi, Regional Manager, Roads

The railways also run three trains

Bareilly. The railways have also taken steps to feed migrants in their homes. On Sunday the railway put three trains into operation.

Most of the expatriates working in Delhi are from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. He is concerned about the lack of reservations on routine trains. In such a situation there is hope of some relief on the trains that run from Sunday onwards. Northern Railway has run three trains from Delhi to cities like Sitamarhi, Darbhanga, Samastipur etc. These include two summer specials for Delhi-Sitamarhi and Delhi Darbhanga, as well as a train for Rajgir. These trains stop at many train stations including Moradabad, Rampur, Bareilly, Lucknow, Gonda, Basti, Gorakhpur, Deoria, Bhatni, Muzaffarpur and Samastipur. conversation

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