The first batch of 45 laborers left for Rewa in Madhya Pradesh from Vadodara
As per the instructions of the District Collector, the process of sending the stranded people from other states to their native place has started. The first batch of 45 laborers left for Rewa in Madhya Pradesh after the health check up in a private vehicle.
District Collector Shalini Agarwal has made arrangements to send students, pilgrims, tourists and migrant workers stranded in the city district due to lockdown under the circular of Government of India and instructions by the state government to their respective states. As a result on Friday after the commencement of operations, about 45 migrant workers have left for their state.
Nodal Officer for this operation and Deputy Collector Ram Joshi said that under the coordination of the District Collector, about 45 migrant workers from Rewa in Madhya Pradesh were allowed to go after undergoing health check-up, screening and meals. All of them were in good health. .
These people had arranged a private vehicle with the help of the officials of Vadodara Municipal Corporation. As the way to their homeland was opened, a feeling of happiness returned to them as they left with a smile.