After Jagan Reddy’s Order, 5,000 Andhra Migrants Despatched To Aid Centres In three Days


After Jagan Reddy's Order, 5,000 Andhra Migrants Sent To Relief Centres In 3 Days

22 trains carrying 33,000 folks shall be despatched to their residence states this week (File)


The Andhra Pradesh authorities has rescued greater than 5,000 migrant employees strolling to their residence states within the final three days. This after Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy ordered the authorities to select up migrants in buses and drop them to reduction centres throughout the nation.

On Thursday, four,661 employees have been stopped at verify factors throughout the state, counselled and despatched to 62 reduction centres. 485 of them are from Andhra Pradesh, 815 from Bihar, 1012 from Uttar Pradesh, 576 from Jharkhand, 331 from Chhattisgarh and different states.

Mr Reddy has mentioned correct preparations have to be made to ship the migrants to their residence states.

Buses have been organized for migrant labourers belonging to Odisha final week. Andhra Chief Secretary Nilam Sawhney spoke to her counterpart in Odisha and it was determined to obtain them at Ganjam.

“Last night we had transported 902 migrant labour to Odisha from Prakasham (470), Krishna (410) and Srikakulam (22). Today we are sending 450 persons from Guntur and all the Joint Collectors are making arrangements to send the people of Odisha to Ganjam on our APSRTC buses,” a CMO official mentioned.

“We had already arranged 31 Shramik trains from Andhra Pradesh, transporting 39,000 people to different destinations as on today. Nine for Bihar, five for Odisha, four for Uttar Pradesh, four for Jharkhand, four for Rajasthan, three for Maharashtra, and one each for Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. We will be running five trains for 7500 people today,” the official mentioned.

He mentioned 22 trains carrying 33,000 folks shall be despatched to their residence states this week.

Relating to studies that a lot of migrants from Tamil Nadu have been stopped at Tada, Nellore, and have been pressured again, the official mentioned a choice was subsequently taken that whoever needs to move by means of the state, the state authorities will try to make preparations to minimise the discomfort.

Some migrants had complained that the Andhra police used pressure to drive them out, and so they needed to wait with out meals or water for hours in no-man’s land. “They are forcing us to go back. We set off from our place only because there is no work or livelihood. Where should we go?” a migrant mentioned.

The federal government mentioned official of the income division have been deployed to counsel the migrants and ship them to reduction centres. 79 counters have been made on nationwide highways to offer them meals and water.


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