Migrant Staff Stuck in Various parts of Karnataka are returning to their Hometowns

Migrant staff stuck in different parts of Karnataka arrived on Monday morning in buses at the Central Bus Stand in Kalaburagi, and are being returned to their home towns.

Updated: May 04, 2020 10:58 IST

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Hari Aditya

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Food packets and water bottles for Migrant Workers

For the laborers, the Kalaburagi City Corporation has made the requisite arrangements and their thermal screening is also being performed. Migrant staff stuck in different parts of Karnataka arrived on Monday morning in buses at the Central Bus Stand in Kalaburagi, and are being returned to their home towns.

"Food packets and water bottles are being provided to all. Buses carrying migrant workers started arriving from 5 am. We are expecting around 70 buses. This process will continue for the next 3 days," Rahul Pandve, Kalaburagi Commissioner City Corporation, told to Reporters. "We have made arrangements for registration. And all arriving at the site are undergoing thermal screening," he said.

On Sunday, Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa allowed staff to travel to their state hometowns free of charge on KSRTC busses for three days from Sunday.