Haryana is running extraordinary Shramik trains from different railroad stations day by day to send the transient workers to their homes. On Saturday, 3,600 transient workers were sent to Bihar, and Madhya Pradesh by three trains from Rewari and 1,200 vagrant specialists were sent to Bihar in the train from Bhiwani.
“All the vagrant workers were brought to the railroad stations by uncommon transports. Other than cleaning the stages often with vacuum cleaners, the hands of the migrant workers were likewise sterilized. Online registration of every migrant labourer was led to forestall the spread of coronavirus. Help work areas were set up before every compartment from where tickets were given to each traveller. The tickets for every traveller were stepped with ‘Paid for Haryana’, which implies the Haryana government has borne the costs of movement for migrant workers”, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Saturday.
As we know, many of our migrant labours and students are stuck outside Bihar, which has now been started to bring back the migrant labours of Bihar in most of the states including Delhi, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Punjab and Haryana. The number of migrant labours is high in these states. In the absence of money, the workers had to pedal to their house, according to a report many decided to travel 1500-1500 kilometre on foot. Now to bring them back, the operation of trains has started, according to a report of the railway, for 11 trains will leave from Haryana to Bihar. All these 11 trains will be for labours only, which will be brought to Bihar, Railways has released the list of 11 labour trains through which the migrant labours of Bihar will be brought to Bihar. So far, Already 70 trains have gone to Bihar, in these trains, total 82544 labours and students have been brought, and even now lakhs of labours are stuck outside of Bihar. Also, see IRCTC released the notification for trains running from May 12.
A list has been issued by the railway, in which the date of which train will depart from Haryana to Bihar is given as written below.
Train List & Departure date:
|Ambala to Bhagalpur||08-05-2020||2|
|Rohtak to Katihar||08-05-2020||2|
|Rewari to Muzaffarpur||09-05-2020||3|
|Bhiwani to Purnia||09-05-2020||3|
|Rewari to Kishanganj||09-05-2020||3|
|Rohtas to Arariya||10-05-2020||2|
|Rewari to Katihar||10-05-2020||2|
|Rewari to Arariya||11-05-2002||2|
|Ambala to Muzaffarpur||11-05-2020||2|
|Rohtak to Katihar||12-05-2020||2|
|Bhiwani to Kishanganj||12-05-2020||2|
Haryana Chief Minister has made arrangements to send migrant labours to Bihar by running a special labour train. The Chief Minister himself is keeping an eye on all these. He also talked to the migrant labours through video calling and asked about the arrangements made by them. Medical examination of labours has also been done before the travel.
The first Shramik Special train from Haryana conveying 1,200 vagrant labours who were abandoned in the state due to the coronavirus-initiated lockdown left for Katihar in Bihar from Hisar railroad station on Wednesday, authorities said. All the workers were brought to the station in Haryana Roadways transports and screened by wellbeing groups before they boarded the train, they said. Social distancing was maintained inside the train, which began from the station at 2 pm, the authorities stated, including that the state government will bear the admission of the considerable number of travellers. As indicated by a Railways representative, just two travellers were permitted on each seat, and every one of them wore a veil or had secured their mouths with a fabric. The Government Railway Police and the area police were conveyed inside and outside the railroad station for security, the authorities said. An administration representative said because of the lockdown, which started on March 25, numerous transient specialists have been abandoned in Haryana, and they need to come back to their local states. The Haryana government has made courses of action to send abandoned migrants to their home states according to the government rules, the representative said.
Following a solicitation by the state government, the Railways will run six trains to Bihar from various regions of Haryana, the representative said.
The transient workers who intend to come back to their local must convey the Covid19 negative declaration gave by medical clinics. Below is Haryana connection for migrant workers enrollment.
Haryana Migration Registration Link
Govt. of Haryana has launched edisha.gov.in website to assist the migrant workers in reaching their homeland safety. List of other states is also given in this article. You can find and contact them. At the same time helpline numbers were also issued by the government; people can contact the government given numbers and tell their problems. Several migrant workers are stuck in various states over as lockdown 3.0 became effective. While 115 Shramik Special trains since May 1 have carried home more than one lakh migrants gone in different places of the state because of the COVID-19-actuated lockdown, the main train for transient labours in Delhi will leave the national capital at 8 pm on Thursday for Chhatarpur in Madhya Pradesh, as indicated by authorities. Also, in the midst of this, Karnataka government’s choice to drop extraordinary trains from Karnataka to different states to ship vagrant specialists made agitation in certain pieces of work settlements in Bengaluru.
About 2.4 lakh migrants labours in Karnataka enrolled with the administration’s Seva Sindhu gateway, looking for a train to come back to their homes, even as the state chose to drop the special trains for migrant labours. The Migrant Workers Registration Scheme is a state-level yojana to help migrant labours who intend to return to their local because of the coronavirus pandemic, the specialists and day by day workers have been stuck in different states and nations with the aim to now return quickly to their home.
The state-wise helpline desk and Online train registration from for migrant workers in India are:
- Delhi – http://delhishelterboard.in/
- Haryana – https://edisha.gov.in/
- Uttar Pradesh – http://jansunwai.up.nic.in/
- Punjab – http://covidhelp.punjab.gov.in/PunjabOutRegistration.aspx
- Rajasthan – http://labour.rajasthan.gov.in/
- Maharashtra – https://covid-19.maharashtra.gov.in
- Gujarat – http://nirdpr.org.in/
- Arunachal Pradesh – http://covid19.itanagarsmartcity.in/
- Uttrakhand – https://dsclservices.org.in/uttarakhand-migrant-registration.php
- Madhya Pradesh – https://mapit.gov.in/covid-19/
- Kerala – https://registernorkaroots.org/
- Goa – https://www.goaonline.gov.in/
- Telangana – https://epass-tspolice.app.koopid.ai/
- Bihar – http://www.labour.bih.nic.in/
- Assam – https://labour.assam.gov.in/
- Odhisa – https://covid19.odisha.gov.in/
- Ladakh – https://leh.nic.in/epass/
- Jammu and Kashmir – https://serviceonline.gov.in
- Tamil Nadu – https://nonresidenttamil.org/
- Andhra Pradesh – http://labour.ap.gov.in/
- Himachal Pradesh – https://himachal.nic.in/
- Tiruvannamalai – https://tiruvannamalai.nic.in/
Arrangements are being made to send migrant workers home from Haryana and many other states. Migrants or students from the above helpline contacts can apply to go home or contact them and take help.