Worried about their situation Prime Minister said do what it takes but make sure migrants are sent back to their homes, arrange for 145 trains..."," Goyal told ANI
On May 25, 223 Shramik specials were ferrying 2.8 lakh passengers, Indian Railways informed. Meanwhile, Indian Railways has made many arrangements to ensure people's safe journey during the coronavirus-induced lockdown.
"No one is trying to weaken the state government, it will fall due to its own burden. We are not trying to topple the Government," said Fadnavis while addressing a press conference via video conferencing.
"Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal himself has looked into the matter of how many people of which area want to go back home and whether arrangements for their train have been made or not," said Sisodia.
Meanwhile, 197 new positive cases have been reported in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of active cases of COVID-19 to 2,680 in the state.
Rahul Gandhi’s statement is very crucial is a situation when the Maharashtra government is going through a veiled hectic politics.
The Joint Secretary said that India's fatality rate due to COVID-19 was much less than other countries with a high number of cases.
Shooting for films and other production activities have remained suspended since mid-March in view of the coronavirus pandemic.
"As per the guidelines, protocols for institutional quarantine has been revised to seven days followed by seven days home quarantine after medical assessment," read the letter.