Special train with migrant workers to leave Telangana for Bihar

Hyderabad: After Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Monday declared that in order to send the migrant labour of Telangana State to their native places, from Tuesday onwards for one-week, over 50 registered migrants from Chaderghat police station were shifted to Osmania University campus on Monday night.

As, CM announced that 40 special trains per day would be operated. The registered migrant workers from Hyderabad have been shifted in buses to nearby places to the railway stations so that they could easily reach the station in the vehicles arranged by the Govt and they can take the special train to reach their native place.

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Speaking to siasat.com P Devender, ACP Sultan Bazar Division said, “As per the instructions given by the Chief Minister the police department have made the necessary arrangements for their travel to reach native place, on Monday night over 50 registered migrants have been brought to the Chaderghat police station and we have given a movement pass issued by the Telangana Government.”

Migrants still seek to return home

Officer informed that this pass is for the movement to railway station by displaying it migrants can take the train, also they have been directed to keep the pass with them until they reach their hometown.

The pass has all their details name, gender, age, destination state and district, cell phone number, and the official name which is probably the inspector of police, and the passenger will receive a SMS of departure of train confirmation with date and time as they have registered themselves by carrying pass along with identity proof and photo they can take the train.

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The police officials have also gave a brief to the migrants about the travel details and said a goodbye by clapping hands.

Official told that on Tuesday a special train would be leaving from Hyderabad to Bihar.

Migrant workers boarding a bus arranged by Chaderghat police station official on Monday night.
A police officer captures photos of all the migrant workers to keep a track on them. Photo: Mohammed Hussain
Migrant workers in Hyderabad sit in queue to travel to their native place. Photo: Mohammed Hussain
Police official issues movement pass to migrant workers on Monday night at Chaderghat police station. Photo: Mohammed Hussain

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