Udayavni Special

Mangaluru: Cong asks state govt to allow Kannadigas to return from other states

Team Udayavani, Jun 3, 2020, 11:27 AM IST

Representative image

Mangaluru: The Dakshina Kannada District Congress Committee (DCC) has asked the state government to make arrangements to bring back over 50,000 Kanandaigas stranded in other states on Tuesday, June 2.

Speaking with this regard DCC president K Harish Kumar said that the government has not given any support to more than 50,000 Kannadigas stranded in other states and gulf. They are in distress due to this negligence.”

“The state government has huddles to block inter-state travel when there is clearance from the Centre. Many people from Coastal Karnataka stranded due to this,” he alleged.

He also asked the government to arrange flights to bring people stranded abroad and ease the restrictions on domestic and international travel.

Speaking about the quarantine facilities in Coastal Karnataka, he said that the government should take more initiatives to improve the quarantine facilities.

They also submitted a delegation of memorandum to the Chief Minister and District minister via deputy commissioner on Tuesday.


Top News

‘Digital Strike’: Min Ravi Shankar Prasad on move to block Chinese mobile apps

Madhya Pradesh cabinet expansion: Scindia loyalists among 28 ministers sworn in

CBI books GVK Group chairman, son for siphoning off Rs 705 cr from MIAL

Google temporarily blocks access to banned apps in India

Babri trial: Uma Bharti appears before CBI court

If elected, will revoke temporary suspension on H1-B visa: Joe Biden

Over 19K COVID-19 cases push India’s tally above 6 lakh, 5 days after crossing 5-lakh mark

Related Articles More

Mangaluru: Pathologist of Wenlock hospital tests positive for COVID-19

Shocking to see COVID-19 patients being turned down by hospitals due to lack of beds: HDK

Mangaluru: Orange alert sounded in coastal region; heavy rain likely

20 inmates, 6 officials of Parappana Agrahara test positive for COVID-19

DK Shivakumar takes charge as KPCC President


Sri Krishna Mutt: Tapta Mudradharane performed without devotees

Kundapura: Fishermen’s boat capsizes

Davanagere: Covid patient’s body taken to graveyard on JCB

Udupi: Bus passengers throw out 2 for refusing to wear mask

Dharmasthala: Elephant Laxmi gives birth to baby girl

Latest Additions

IndiGo to give 25 discount on airfare to doctors and nurses till year-end

What will happen to TikTok stars who joined BJP? asks Shiv Sena

Mangaluru: Pathologist of Wenlock hospital tests positive for COVID-19

Does wearing a mask pose any health risks?

Maha: Missing boy traced in Udupi, reunited with family after four years

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.