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UP govt clears Rs 36 lakh bill sent by Rajasthan govt for return of students from Kota

Amidst The Debate Over Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi’s Deal To Supply 1,000 Buses To Ferryboat Migrant Labourers In Uttar Pradesh, The Rajasthan Federal Government Had On Thursday Sent A Bill Of Rs 36.36 Lakh For Sending Out Kota Students Back Home In Uttar Pradesh Amidst The Lockdown.

PTI|Upgraded on: 22 May 2020, 01: 55: 45 PM

Rajasthan federal government had on Thursday sent a bill of Rs 36.36 lakh for sending out Kota students back home in Uttar Pradesh amidst the lockdown. (Image Credit: News Country)

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A day after the Congress-led Rajasthan federal government sent a bill of over Rs 36 lakh for helping with the return of stranded students of Uttar Pradesh from Kota, the Yogi Adityanath federal government cleared the charges on Friday, an official stated. Amidst the debate over Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi’s deal to offer 1,000 buses to transport migrant labourers in Uttar Pradesh, the Rajasthan federal government had on Thursday sent a bill of Rs 36.36 lakh for sending out Kota students back home in Uttar Pradesh amidst the lockdown.

“In mid-April, the Uttar Pradesh government had decided to bring students of UP stranded in Kota due to lockdown back home. Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) buses were deployed for bringing them back, but the number of students there was more than our estimate and we needed additional buses,” UPSRTC Handling Director Raj Shekhar stated. “The buses of Rajasthan Streets readily available in Kota were utilized for shuttling students till Agra and Mathura.”

The bill for the very same was raised by the Rajasthan Streets which has actually been cleared by the UPSRTC he stated. UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s media consultant Mritunjay Kumar had actually highly condemned the need of Rs 36 lakh, stating it just revealed the “inhuman face” of the Rajasthan federal government. In April, thousands of students from Uttar Pradesh who were preparing for numerous competitive assessments in the coaching center of Kota in Rajasthan were reminded their houses in buses.

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First Released: 22 May 2020, 01: 55: 45 PM

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