32 students stranded in Kota return to Nashik
As many as 32 students from the district, studying in Kota city of Rajasthan, returned safely to Nashik city on Friday.
As about 1.50 lakh students from all over Maharashtra were stuck in Kota due to lockdown in the wake of Cornonavirus pandemic, the state government took the initiative to bring students from Rajasthan to the state.
For this, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, Transport Minister Anil Parab discussed the matter with the central government and the Rajasthan government, and successfully negotiated to bring these students back from Kota to the state, Accordingly, 70 buses were dispatched from Dhule to Kota on April 29 and as the distance from Dhule to Kota was 630 km, two drivers were assigned to each bus.
The buses started the return journey, along with these students, from Kota on Thursday afternoon at 1500 hours and on the way to Nashik, they were examined at Chandwad this afternoon at around 1500 hrs.
The Bhardrakali police had maintained a ‘bandobast’ at Dwarka point, where the students deboarded from the buses. The students were very emotional when they met their respective family members.