Why only two trains to return migrant workers? Mamata is anxious to express anger at the government's role


Banglahunt Desk: Adhir Ranjan Choudhury has complained that the Mamata government is not active enough to bring back the trapped workers in the state. He also questioned why the state demanded only two trains for people stranded in different parts of the country.

Leader of the Opposition in Parliament and Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury is a notable figure in state and national politics. It is because of his skill and political foresight that the National Congress has given him the responsibility of Leader of the Opposition in Parliament. As Leader of the Opposition, he has repeatedly fired at the central and state governments

He said, “Workers are stuck in different parts of the country. Suffering from severe financial crisis. Not getting food. All roads back home are closed. The state is not taking adequate measures. The workers are calling me and crying. ”

He added that he had discussed the matter with Railway Minister Piyush Goel in the interest of the workers. There, through the Railway Minister, he came to know that only 2 trains were requested from Bengal on behalf of the state to repatriate the workers. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation. However, the Trinamool Congress has blamed the central government for this.

A train has already left Rajasthan for Kolkata. Another train is coming from Ernakulam to Bahrampur.

By the way, Bangla has already launched a toll free number. The number can be contacted by contacting the state administration, including migrant workers, benefactors, tourists and students stranded in Vinh State. Nodal Officer PB Selim has been appointed to look into the matter.

Several days ago, the central government ordered the return of migrant workers, but the chief secretaries of various states, including West Bengal, were reluctant to do so. They approached the center demanding to run a special train. The Union Home Ministry on Friday issued new guidelines in response to that demand. The Ministry of Railways was allowed to run special trains. Railways has been asked to appoint a nodal officer to coordinate with the states and union territories in this regard.