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Students returning from Kota by special trains do not require to pay fare, Bihar govt is paying fare to railway, says Nitish Kumar

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News video: Special train carrying over 1000 Bihar migrant workers departs from Kozhikode

Special train carrying over 1000 Bihar migrant workers departs from Kozhikode 01:27

A special train carrying around 1090 migrant workers left from Kozhikode for Bihar on May 03 amid coronavirus lockdown. Heavy security was deployed at the railway station. Earlier, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had ordered to run special trains for the migrant labourers and stranded students to send...

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