- Around 4000 passengers reached Delhi on Wednesday from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Patna and Howrah
- Had to try to go home from the railway station to Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad
New Delhi. About 4000 passengers reached Delhi from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Patna and Howrah on Wednesday. There were some travelers who had come to take their families. But there were more than 3200 such passengers who had to struggle to go home from the railway station to Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad. Taxis collected the fare from them. Many travelers complained that women with whom they had children or children took fares up to 3 times. Passengers kept heating for hours in the sun.
Passengers with women and children were charged up to 3 times the fare
Metro, bus, auto, taxi operations are closed due to the lockdown. Some travelers who belonged to Paharganj, Patel Nagar, Moti Nagar, Nizamuddin, Old Delhi, Laxminagar, Geeta Colony, Gandhinagar, left the house with the same head. But others had a lot of trouble.
Here, 3600 leaves from Shramik Express
On Wednesday, 3 Shramik Express carrying 3600 workers from Bihar left for Barauni, Darumbhaga and Bhagalpur from New Delhi railway station. Labor Minister Gopal Rai said that a thorough investigation was done on behalf of the Delhi government. All were arranged for tickets and food on the way. Let me tell you that before the Bihar-bound train fare, the politics between the two states was heated. Passengers stranded at the railway station will now have DTC buses available for onward journey from the station. Sources in the police said that the Transport Corporation (DTC) will run buses to 11 district headquarters.