70 arrive in north Bengal from Delhi

70 arrive in north Bengal from Delhi
A round 70 people returned to north Bengal on Wednesday when the first train during the lockdown reached the New Jalpaiguri station from New Delhi.
Another 120 people, who are from Assam and were stranded in Siliguri and the surrounding areas, took the train for the onward journey to Dibrugarh. The AC train had left New Delhi at 4.45pm on Tuesday and is scheduled to reach Dibrugarh around 7am on Thursday.
Most of the returnees were from the Darjeeling hills. The Gorkhaland Territorial Administration had arranged for buses for them.
“All the passengers who reached or left NJP were screened medically on the station premises. They had to register their names and addresses at the station. The luggage was sanitised,” said a source in the Northeast Frontier Railway.
All passengers have been advised to go in home quarantine for 14 days.
https://www.telegraphindia.com
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A round 70 people returned to north Bengal on Wednesday when the first train during the lockdown reached the New Jalpaiguri station from New Delhi.

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