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Gujarat govt stands with migrants, more than 10 lakh sent back to their native place


New Delhi: Out of two,317 Shramik particular trains which have run on tracks until May 21 midgnight, 699 trains have originated from Gujarat, transporting more than 10 lakh and 15 thousand migrant staff to their native place.
Gujarat govt additionally launched official information, drawing a comparability with different states on return of migrant labour.

The information reveals that highest variety of Shramik trains originated from Gujarat, adopted by Maharashtra (429) and Punjab (265).

This reveals Vijay Rupani authorities’s exemplary governance and dedication in the direction of all sections of society together with the migrants.

The staff had been ferried to many states within the Hindi heartland.


And, this isn’t restricted to at some point. Gujarat govt has been transporting migrants to their house states at a lot higher frequency and pace than different states. Yesterday, 633 trains originated from Gujarat whereas the second nearest state, Maharashtra had simply 371 trains originating from its stations.

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Encouragement to Online Shopping

Gujarat authorities can be selling cashless transactions and on-line procuring, to keep away from gathering at grocery, kirana and different native shops. As per information, individuals within the state made cashless transactions value Rs 8.5 crore for buying items.

At the departmental shops too, social distancing was being adopted.


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