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Migrant workers create ruckus in Saharanpur, demand special trains

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Migrant workers create ruckus in Saharanpur, demand special trains

Migrant workers create ruckus in Saharanpur, demand special trains

Migrant workers gathered on Saharanpur-Ambala highway in large numbers on May 17.

They created ruckus at the highway and demanded a special train to return to Bihar.

Police officials and Rapid Action Force (RAF) were deployed at the site in order to maintain the law and order situation in Saharanpur.

There are total 4057 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID-19 active cases rose to 53,035 with 2752 deaths in India.

While speaking to ANI, the Divisional Commissioner of Saharanpur, Sanjay Kumar said, "We are sending them by buses till Bihar border.

We are also coordinating with different district authorities there for their return."


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