Special train for stranded students of J-K to leave from Banglore today

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By FK WEB DESK on 10/05/2020.

Special train for stranded students of J-K to leave from Banglore today

 

Srinagar, May 09: First special train for stranded students of Jammu and Kashmir to leave from Banglore city of Karnataka today.

An official told news agency KINS that a special train carrying 1112 stranded students of Jammu and Kashmir to leave for Udhampur from Banglore city today. He said only registered students would be allowed to board after proper ID verification.

Special train to Udampur will leave at 11 AM today from Banglore city railway station. We have made all the necessary arrangements for operating the train, a railway official told news agency KINS. He said registered students have been informed to reach Baiyappanahalli Police Station (K R Puram) Tin Factory ground by 7: 30 Am today where from Banglore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) will carry them to railway station he added.

Pertinently, this is the first batch of stranded students who are being taken back to home from Karnataka state.(KINS)

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