7 trains to depart from Railway Station Ludhiana tomorrow

People wanting to travel on these trains should reach Guru Nanak Stadium at 10 am

7 trains to depart from Railway Station Ludhiana tomorrow
Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal,Deputy Commissioner, Ludhiana.

Ludhiana: Deputy Commissioner Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal has informed that the migrants who want to travel to Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand states tomorrow can now come directly at Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana at 10 am on i.e. May 30, 2020. He said that the migrants would be adjusted in the trains on first come first serve basis.
He said that since May 5, 2020, several trains carrying migrants have departed for UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and other states from Railway Station, Ludhiana. He said that more than 8 lakh people had registered for travelling to their home states and till date, around 3 lakh people have departed from Ludhiana in trains. He informed that the migrants who had got themselves registered, the District Administration had provided them with an opportunity to travel to their home states by making calls as well as sending SMSes.
He informed that several migrants had got themselves registered for travelling to their home states by visiting Guru Nanak Stadium today. He said that the trains departing tomorrow include, for Katni (with stoppage at Gwaliar and Bina), Barkakhana (with stoppage at Dhanbad, Daltonganj), for Katihar (with stoppage at Purnea, Gonda, Begusarai), for Ara/Bhojpur (with stoppage at Patna, Hardoi, Lucknow and Buxar), for Aurangabad (with stoppage at Gaya, Hardoi, Lucknow, Sultanpur, Bhabua), for Darbhanga (with stoppage at Madhubani, Bareilly, Gorakhpur, Muzaffarpur, Smastipur) and for Khagaria (with stoppage at Saharsa, Etwah, DDU, Chapra, Hajipur).
He further informed that the Punjab government is paying for travel, food, water and pickup service from designated points. He informed that the medical screening of all passengers is being done after which, they are issued medical certificates by the District Administration./(May 29)