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trains slowed down after special trains hit the track

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  • Starting from May 1, 57 lakh laborers have been transported to these states from these trains.
  • According to official figures, the maximum number of trains reached Uttar Pradesh workers
  • Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh ahead in cancellation of labor trains

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After the special trains are derailed, the speed of running the labor special train is decreasing. However, people still stranded during lockdown are being transported to their home state through this train. As of 10 am on Wednesday, 81 labor trains were on track. Starting from May 1, 57 lakh laborers have been transported to these states from these trains.   However, the Railways claimed to have transported over 58 lakh migrant passengers to their homes. From May 1 to June 3, 4197 laborers special trains have been run. According to railway officials, the maximum number of trains departed from the state of Gujarat. 1026 laborers special trains have run from this state so far, 802 from Maharashtra, 416 from Punjab, 294 from Bihar and 294 from Uttar Pradesh have left for other states.


According to official figures, the maximum number of trains reached Uttar Pradesh workers. In this state, 1682 trains reached 1495 trains in Bihar, 197 in Jharkhand, 187 trains in Odisha and 156 trains in West Bengal.

Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh ahead in cancellation of labor trains

According to the railways, it operated 4040 labor trains from May 1 to 31. During this period, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh also canceled 256 trains. During this period Maharashtra canceled 105, Gujarat 47, Karnataka 38 and Uttar Pradesh 30 trains.

Only one or two laborers special train is leaving from Delhi

The departure of labor train from Delhi has reduced completely. On 2 June, only 2 trains left with 2316 passengers. While on May 20, the maximum 33 trains left from various stations in Delhi. On this day, 41,695 laborers left from Delhi. This number decreased to 30 on 21 May, and 25-25 trains left on 22 and 23 May. This number kept decreasing gradually. On May 30, 10 laborers’ specials were run, on 31 May, this number decreased to 6 and on June 1, only 1 laborers special train was run.

1885 crore loss

Railways also suffered crores of rupees in lockdown. During this time, due to non-operation of trains, the pre-booked ticket was canceled and the money returned. According to the official railway figures, all tickets booked between March 21 and May 31 were refunded by the Railways. Railways had to cancel 1885 crore rupees online tickets.
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governor bhagat singh koshyari will not attend tribal bhamragad madia…

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Gadchiroli: Madiya Mahotsav was organized in Bhamragad with a grand procession. It was rumored that the Governor would be the main guest at the event. However, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari turned his back on the festival. He never came to this festival. Division Commissioner Dr. The festival was opened by Madhavi Khode (Chaure). But for the tribes Madiya Mahotsav was celebrated for. His presence was also insignificant. The Bhamragad Integrated Tribal Development Project Office has been preparing for the Madiya Festival in Bhamragad for the past two months. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari was invited as the main guest at the festival which was held from May 26-28. The project office created an environment conducive for the Governor to come with a lot of publicity, propaganda and publicity. But in the end, Governor Koshyari turned his back on the festival. The governor was present at the convocation ceremony for the university in Amravati on Wednesday. That is why it was said that the governor would come until the last moment. But in the end, the opening function of the festival was held in Bhamragad without the Governor. The inauguration was given by Dr. Madhavi Khode (Chaure), Commissioner of the Nagpur Division. The aim was to make it easy for ordinary tribal youth to show off their skills in the field of arts and sports and also to introduce Madiya culture everywhere. Dr. Madhavi Khode (Chaure), Division Commissioner, Nagpur Division, said that the goal was achieved by seeing the presence of people and the participation of the contestants. On the occasion of the opening, Padma Shri Sudharak Olve Award Winning Photographer, MLA Dharmarao Baba Atram, MLA Dr. Devrao Holi, Collector Sanjay Meena, Assistant Collector and Project Officer Shubham Gupta, Assistant Collector and Project Officer Ankit, Additional Superintendent of Police Anuj Tare, Deputy Conservator of Forests Ashish Pandey, Chairman of Bhamragad Namdev Usendi Project Level Development Committee, Former Chairman of Zilla Parishad Bhagyashree Atram, Committee Member Panchayat Harshvardhan Atram, Tehsildar Anmol Kamble was present. After lighting the lamps, the guests were greeted with the traditional arrow, Kamath and Reiki.

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The allegations that have been going on for the past few days on the OBC booking issue have now reached the level of dialogue between Chandrakant Patil and Supriya Sule. BJP state chairman Chandrakant Patil’s statement regarding the OBC reservation has caused controversy and is being protested by the ruling Nationalist Congress Party and Shiv Sena. Chandrakant Patil’s statement addressed to Supriya Sule is also being criticized by the women leaders of these parties. In this context, Shiv Sena leader Deepali Syed has targeted Chandrakant Patil and BJP.

Where did the controversy start?

The controversy started with a statement by Supriya Sule on the issue of OBC booking. “We had decided to fight together for the reservation of the CBO. The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh went to Delhi. What did that government do in two days and there was a meeting in Delhi and they got justice and treated us unfairly? I will ask the central government for the answer,” he said.

In reaction to Supriya Sule’s statement, Chandrakant Patil advised her to cook. “Why do you live in politics, go home and cook? Are you a MP? You don’t know how to meet a Chief Minister. If you don’t go to Delhi, go to Masana. Search and make a reservation,” said Chandrakant Patil.

Supriya Sule’s first reaction to Chandrakant Patil’s statement “Go home and cook”; She said, “I love him so much!”

Meanwhile, Chandrakant Patil’s statement has provoked political backlash. Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has said that this is not our culture. Chandrakant Patil himself has said that he did not disrespect Supriya Sule. In this context, the leader of the Shiv Sena, Deepali Syed, has harshly criticized the BJP.

“So go to the Himalayas and retire”

Deepali Syed has posted a video while covering Chandrakant Patil’s statement. Speaking on this, “Modi go to Masana. Go to Shah Masan. If you can’t control inflation, go to the Himalayas and retreat,” said Deepali Syed.

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Pune: The southwest monsoon, which has lashed the South Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal for the past five days, finally started moving towards India on the sixth day. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the monsoon winds will intensify in the next 48 hours. With the resumption of monsoon winds, curiosity has been raised as to when it will enter India from Kerala.

This year, monsoon rains hit the Andamans on May 16, six days earlier than usual. The advance of monsoon rains was premature due to strong winds. After that, however, seasonal winds began to travel during the day. In the Bay of Bengal, monsoon winds intensified on May 17 and 19. However, they did not enter the Arabian Sea. The monsoon finally reached the South Arabian Sea on May 20. As a result, they are expected to move faster towards Kerala, but the weather has changed. Nutrient conditions were removed and monsoon winds slowed. The monsoon, which started in the South Arabian Sea on May 20, stopped until May 25. Monsoon winds also did not advance into the Bay of Bengal during this period. So while concerns were being raised about their travels, the weather department predicted favorable weather for the monsoon winds to travel. Consequently, on May 26, the monsoon winds in the South Arabian Sea made great progress. The winds have reached near the Maldives and Comorin in this area. They have also made progress in the Bay of Bengal. The weather department said they could reach the Lakshadweep area, including the Maldives, in the next 48 hours as monsoon winds continue to blow. As a result, it is currently raining in most of the south, including Kerala, and in the central and northeastern parts.

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