A control room has been set up in the Vadodara Collectorate to coordinate the arrangements for sending people from other states to their native place. This exercise is being done following the instructions by state government on the notification issued by Central government.
Arrangements have been made by the district administration under the guidance and instructions of District Collector Shalini Agarwal to repatriate students, pilgrims, tourists and migrant workers stranded in Vadodara city and district due to lockdown of other states.
Giving information Collector Shalini Agarwal said, Deputy Collector Shriram Joshi has been appointed as the nodal officer for its coordination and control room has been started by the administration. Necessary information in this regard will be given from helpline no. 1077.
Concerned people have to apply online on Digital Gujarat Portal www.digital gujrat.gov.in to get the required pass. Permission will be given only through e-pass system. The state government has appointed nodal officers for various states of the country and action will be taken in coordination with them.
Instructions is already given to arrange teams at CHC, PHC and Urban Health Center for health screening of people who want to go to their native states. 9 check posts have been set up for this purpose in Vadodara district. An additional health team will be kept along with the police team for those who could not be screened in the district or village area.