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Capacity of quarantine centres should be increased to 15 lakh

Migrants should be served food and water when they enter the border of the state

The Centre and the State Government made adequate arrangements of free train and bus travel to bring back migrant labourers/workers in a safe and dignified manner

Sensitise migrants about free and safe travel by train and bus

Divisional commissioners to monitor the arrangements of arrival of trains carrying migrants and their subsequent departure to home districts by buses

Community kitchens should be equipped well enough to feed 15 lakh persons

Migrants to be sent to their homes for quarantine, should be provided Rs one thousand each as sustenance allowance

Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner (IIDC) and Agriculture Production Commissioner (APC) to prepare an extensive action plan for employment to migrants

Capacity of beds in L-1, L-2 and L-3 Covid hospitals to be raised to 75,000

Emergency services should be functional with all preventive protocol

All arrangements should be made to prevent front-line corona warriors from infections

Effective police patrolling is necessary to maintain social distancing and avoidance of crowding

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday said that the Centre and the State Government made adequate arrangements of free train and bus travel to bring back migrant labourers/workers in a safe and dignified manner. Asking to sensitise migrants about free and safe travel by train and bus, the Chief Minister said they should not risk their lives by travelling on foot or by unsafe and illegal transports as the government has already made arrangements for their free travel and necessary guidelines in this regard have been issued. He said that more than 14 lakh migrants have arrived by 838 ‘Shramik Trains’ while 206 trains are scheduled to come in the next two days making number of total trains to 1044.

The Chief Minister, while reviewing the Lockdown arrangements in a high-level meeting at his official residence here today, directed the divisional commissioners to monitor the arrangements of arrival of trains carrying migrants and their departure to home districts by buses. A total of 12,000 buses of transport corporation are carrying the migrants to their home district, 200 buses each have been placed at the disposal of every District Magistrate. Thus 15,000 additional buses have been provided to District Magistrates in all 75 districts. He instructed that all the migrants should be served food and water when they enter the border of the state and should be medically screened and sent to their destinations safely.

The Chief Minister said that the arrangement of food and water should be ensured for the migrants at toll plazas, crossings along with border areas of the state. He further directed to ensure that no person should remain hungry and provided food through community kitchens while the eligible families to be made available adequate quantity of foodgrains.

He said that the capacity of quarantine centres should be increased to 15 lakh in view of the large number of migrants still expected to arrive from other states. Similarly, the community kitchens should be equipped well enough to feed 15 lakh persons. He also asked to maintain cleanliness and security at quarantine centres and home shelters.

The Chief Minister said that after screening, the migrants while being sent to their homes for home quarantine, should be provided with ration kits. After completion of home quarantine, migrants should be provided Rs. one thousand each as sustenance allowance. He said that the ration cards of the migrants should be made and provided foodgrains. He also asked to make available ultra-red thermometer in every village.

In order to provide employment to migrant labourers/workers, he asked the Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner (IIDC) and Agriculture Production Commissioner (APC) to prepare an extensive action plan. He also asked the Industrial Development and MSME departments to prepare programmes through which jobs can be ensured for migrants.

The Chief Minister emphasised on skill mapping of migrants to give them suitable jobs and asked to identify employment generation possibilities for migrants in MNREGA, ODOP, Vishwakarma Samman Yojana, Women’s Self Help Groups, Dairy, Milk Samitis, Cow shelters, Food Processing units, Nurseries, Common Service Centres and School-Colleges. He suggested to make a portal for skill mapping. He directed to raise the capacity of beds in L-1, L-2 and L-3 Covid hospitals to 75,000 and ensure proper cleanliness, sanitation and disposal of bio-waste besides ramping up testing facilities.

The Chief Minister said that all protective gears should be made available to prevent front-line corona warriors from infections while the emergency services should be functional with all preventive protocol. He asked to ensure availability of PPE kits, N-95 masks, Triple Layer Masks, Sanitiser, Medicines, Ultra-Red Thermometer, Pulse Oximeter etc. in every district. The Chief Minister instructed the officials to remain in touch with CMOs and Deputy CMOs to get regular work reports.

The Chief Minister said that the latest guidelines of the Government of India have allowed some new activities during lockdown. Hence social distancing and avoidance of crowding has to be strictly maintained. Asking to intensify police patrolling he said that PVR 112 should patrol on highways and expressway. Regular foot-patrolling by police should be done in the markets. He also laid stress on intensive patrolling in rural areas.

He said that wheat is being purchased under Minimum Support Price scheme and for this purpose, the purchase centres have been set up. He directed to publicise it widely so that the farmers may get benefitted and receive good price of their produce. Those present in the meeting included the Medical Education Minister Shri Suresh Khanna, Health Minister Shri Jai Pratap Singh, Minister of State for Health Shri Atul Garg, Chief Secretary Shri R.K. Tiwari, Agriculture Production Commissioner Shri Alok Sinha, Infrastructure and Industrial Development Commissioner Shri Alok Tandon, Additional Chief Secretary Home and Information Shri Awanish Kumar Awasthi, Additional Chief Secretary Finance Shri Sanjeev Mittal, Additional Chief Secretary Revenue Mrs. Renuka Kumar, Director General of Police Shri H.C. Awasthi, Principal Secretary Health Shri Amit Mohan Prasad, Principal Secretary Medical Education Shri Rajneesh Dube, Principal Secretary MSME Shri Navneet Sehgal, Principal Secretary Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Shri Manoj Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Shri S.P. Goyal and Shri Sanjay Prasad, Secretary to Chief Minister Shri Alok Kumar, Director Information Shri Shishir and other senior officers.

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