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May 20, 2020

Maharashtra Govt deploys 1,500 State Govt employees to assist overburdend Police personnel

Maharashtra Government today said that 1,500 State Government employees will be deployed across 93 Police Stations in Mumbai.

These employees will not only assist the over-burdened Police personnel in preparing list of migrants who wish to return home but will also be involved in other routine administrative work as well.

Meanwhile, State Home Minister Mr. Anil Deshmukh has said that over five lakh migrant labourers have left Maharashtra through 385 Shramik Special trains to their native villages.

AIR Mumbai correspondent reports, even as the state continues to battle high Corona virus numbers, the issue of migrant labourers crowding railway stations is keeping the government on its toes.

After hundreds of migrants gathered at Palghar Station today, State Home Minister issued an appeal stating that migrants must not believe in rumours adding that only those people who get a call from the state authorities will be allowed to board the train.

Maharashtra has the highest number of Corona virus cases in the country.

With shootings and production work lying shut since last two months, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray today said that filming and other related activities can be allowed provided the industry offers a proposal assuring that social distancing and sanitization guidelines will be followed.

Interacting with artists of Marathi television and film industry, Mr. Thackeray said, work can resume in Non-Red Zones provided people do not have to travel to and from any containment zones.

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