Siliguri: 2300 students stranded in Kota returned home, government runs special buses

2300 students are stranded in Kota due to the lockdown of Silguri in West Bengal. Those who have been delivered to their home. The government started Friday special bus service to help the students. During this time, a total of 2300 students were transported to their residence through 84 buses in Asansol, Kolkata and Siliguri in West Bengal.

For your information, please tell that students were stuck in the quota due to the lockdown. After this, the parents appealed to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to help them take those students back to their homes. Talking to the media, an engineering student Pallavi Roy said, “I am very happy to be back in my house. COVID-19 cases are increasing in Kota, so many states take the initiative to bring the stranded people back to their residence.” And it is worthy of praise. While Ravikant Tiwari, the father waiting for his daughter, said that my daughter was stuck in Kota due to the lockdown and I was very upset.

In his statement, the tourism minister of the state Gautam Deb said that the Chief Minister has taken all initiatives to bring back the students trapped in Kota. He contacted the Chief Minister of Rajasthan. A total of 2300 students have come back from Kota through 84 buses to West Bengal. He said that the Home Ministry had on Wednesday granted permission for the movement of stranded people including migrant laborers, laborers, students, tourists. This step has been taken after this.

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