Migrant labourers leave Sri City to their hometowns

Migrant labourers leave Sri City to their hometownsMigrant workers leaving from Sri City in special vehicles to their native States

Around 1,200 migrant labourers have registered to return to their native states Of them, the last batch of 365 migrant workers have left to their places from Sri City on Sunday

Tirupati: The last batch of 365 migrant workers from different states among over 1200, who have registered to return back to their hometowns from Sri City, has left on Sunday. Each person was provided a kit, containing food, drinking water, a sanitiser bottle, a T shirt and a cap. From Chittoor they travelled all the way to their respective places in Shramik special trains.

The workers expressed their gratitude as they were provided essential food commodities and other amenities for the past two months by the Sri City management. Satyavedu MLA, Koneti Adimulam has appreciated the Sri City for its commitment towards the welfare of the workers by arranging all the prerequisites needed to send migrant workers back to their native places.

Sri City MD Ravindra Sannarareddy has thanked the Revenue and Police Officers for their assistance and guidance in this endeavour. He said that it is very heartening to know that all those who departed are willing to come back for works in Sri City.

Sri City Security Manager Y Ramesh stated that the guest labourers are put up at 16 different camps in the industrial park and ever since the lockdown was imposed, they have been monitoring their well-being.

There are over 2,000 guest workers from different states, such as Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal, engaged in the construction works at various industries in Sri City. Although construction is now permitted with lock-down relaxations, as most workers are eager to visit their homes, Sri City has took initiative to help them in sending them to their native places.

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