Manipur Government sent four buses to bring back 84 stranded passengers belonging to the State

IMPHAL, April 29: The Manipur Government today sent four buses to bring back 84 stranded passengers belonging to the State, who are currently staying at the Manipur Mayan in Guwahati. Deputy Secretary of the State Home Department Joel G Haokip issued a transit/ movement pass in this re-spect on Wednesday. The four buses with a driver and a handyman each, left Imphal around 5.30 pm today.
Manipur Government sent four buses to bring back 84 stranded passengers belonging to the State


P Vaiphei Principal Secretary, General Administration Department (GAD) and Transport, and the two GAD Under Secretaries saw off the four buses at Mantripukhri here. The GAD also handed over 500 bottles of hand sanitizers and as many face masks for use at the Manipur Bhavan,.Guwahati, and by the stranded passengers. PaCk-aged drinking water was also handed over to the drivers. Meanwhile, the Manipur Police has requested both the Assam Police and the Naga-land Police to inform all Che.ck points along the route for the smooth passage of these buses.

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