134 from Nagaland stranded in Manipur homeward bound

134 from Nagaland stranded in Manipur homeward bound
Manipur transport officials flagging off the buses for Nagaland. (NP)
Correspondent IMPHAL, MAY 16 | Publish Date: 5/16/2020 12:30:08 PM IST

Altogether 134 citizens of Nagaland, including students, stranded in different parts of Manipur owing to the COVID-19 lockdown left Imphal for Kohima on Saturday in six buses.

The buses were flagged off by joint director Manipur state transport, PK Sharma from Imphal’s North AOC. The buses were jointly arranged by All Manipur Inter-state Bus and Allied Transport Association, All Manipur Petroleum Tanker Drivers’ Union, HITOWO and MATWA with the permission of Nagaland and Manipur government.

The four transporters’ associations provided free face masks, hand sanitizers, drinking waters etc. to the passengers while the bus fares will be borne by Nagaland government.


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