21 students of Jharkhand stranded in Manipur returned safely due meaningful and prompt initiative of Chief Minister

Ranchi: Due to the sensitivity, personal efforts, and quick initiative of the Chief Minister Hemant Soren 21 students of Jharkhand who were stranded in the violence-hit area of Manipur returned safely to Jharkhand.

All these students were airlifted from Imphal to Patna this morning and then 18 students from Patna were brought to Ranchi by bus, while three students left for their homes in other districts from Patna. All these students have expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister for their safe return to Jharkhand amidst the ongoing violence in Manipur.

The State Migrant Control Room of the Laboir Department had received a list of 34 such students from Jharkhand who were trapped in Manipur violence. Of these, 22 students wanted to return to their homes in Jharkhand.

The State Migration Control Cell launched the initiative to bring back 21 students from Ranchi, West Singhbhum, East Singhbhum, Bokaro, and Dhanbad studying at the National Institute of Technology, Central Agricultural University, National Sports University, IIT Manipur, and other universities in Manipur.

After this, their air tickets were confirmed with the help of the State Government’s Labor Department and Disaster Management Department. In this sequence, all the students were first brought from Imphal to Patna by airlift.

After this, an officer was sent to Patna by the Ranchi district administration to receive the students. From there, these officers brought 18 students to Ranchi by bus. At the same time, the other 3 students left for their homes located in other districts from Patna itself.

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