Manage travelling of ONGC employees and MSU students to go home from Ahmedabad
Following the instruction of District Collector Shalini Agarwal and activeness of the district administration, 58 employees of ONGC were taken to Mumbai for duty on oil well platform at sea. In addition they manage the travel for 24 students from Assam studying at MS University to travel by special train from Ahmedabad to Mumbai.
Deputy Collector Ram Joshi said that these people gone through with medical examination as per government guidelines and later issued necessary passes in special cases allowing them to travel.
Bombay High near Mumbai and Rajahamundri in Andhra Pradesh are the ONGC’s onshore Oil Drilling Platform located in the middle of the sea where employees are working day and night. Called as energy warriors in this time of Corona crisis there is a changeover every 15 days where a new team takes over from the old.
The District Collector was contacted by the organization to continue this process and the employees can be sent to the location in time. The employees and the drivers of the vehicle were medically examined by the organization and the administration was informed to ensure they are medically fit. In view of the same permission letters were issued to them under necessary services.
The spokesperson of the organization, Mr. Inamdar said, that 4 vehicles were kept for 58 employees for both Bombay High and 28 for Andhra to reach Mumbai and thereafter to designated place by air. During travel a 40 seater bus was assigned to take 15 employees to their destination, maintaining the social distancing.
Similarly, the administration completed all the necessary formalities for the journey of 24 students from Assam studying in Maharaja Sayajirao University by contacting the Ahmedabad Collector and requesting to make all the necessary formalities for their journey. In view of that on Sunday the students reached Ahmedabad by bus and later left for Assam in the train departing from there.