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Special train from Bengaluru reaches Bengal’s Bankura with 1,200 passengers


Team Udayavani, May 12, 2020, 8:51 AM IST

Bankura\Bengaluru: A special train from Bengaluru, carrying around 1,200 passengers reached Bankura on Tuesday morning, official sources said.

The passengers included patients, labourers, and students, he added.

The 22-coach train departed the Karnataka capital on May 10 and reached here after a two-day journey.

All the passengers would undergo medical screening for fever and other signs of the coronavirus, before being sent home in buses arranged by the West Bengal government, the official said.

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