Students from every corner of the country trapped in Rajasthan’s Kota are constantly requesting a return to their states. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken the first initiative in this regard. The UP government has sent around 250 buses to bring 7500 students trapped in the quota. Out of these 100 buses, about 3000 students have left on Friday night. Today at 11 o’clock, about 152 buses are leaving with the remaining students.
Gehlot acclaimed Yogi
Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot has praised the UP government’s move. Ashok Gehlot has said that other state governments should also take the initiative to take back the trapped students here. Ashok Gehlot said that the students trapped due to the lockdown in Kota should not panic or suffer from depression, it is necessary that these students should be brought back to the respective state governments.
Nitish’s view away from Yogi
However, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is not in favour of recalling students during lockdown like UP CM Yogi Adityanath. Nitish Kumar said on Friday that students studying in Kikota come from a well-to-do family. Most parents live with their children, then what is their problem.
Those poor who are away from their families outside Bihar should also be called. It is wrong to call someone in the middle of a lockdown. Similarly, at the end of March, the lockdown was broken by sending workers from Delhi.
Students started the crusade
Let us know that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi implemented the lockdown in the country on March 25, thousands of students from all over the country were trapped in the quota.
These students ran a #SendUsBackHome campaign on social media. After this, Kota District Magistrate Om Kasera gave the responsibility of sending students to ADM Narendra Gupta and ASP Rajesh Mill in their states.
Students will get the mask, sanitizer
Nitesh Sharma of Ellen Coaching Institute said that complete arrangements have been made for the convenience of the students. Under this, students will be given masks, sanitizers and food packets.