Arrange special trains for migrant workers stuck in Maharashtra: CM Uddhav Thackeray urges Centre
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday (April 21) said that if the Centre is anticipating a spike in coronavirus COVID-19 cases between April 30 and May 15 then it must take steps to arrange special trains in order to allow the migrant workers, stuck in Maharashtra, to leave for their native places.
The Maharashtra CM urged the Centre to issue guidelines in this regard by Apil end. “If the Central government is anticipating a rise in transmission of COVID-19 between April 30 and May 15, then it must consider if it can utilise the time at hand to arrange for special trains to send them back home and issue guidelines about this by April-end,” said Maharashtra Chief Minister`s Office in a statement.
Source: Zee News