Travelers and tourists stranded abroad will be brought in Bhopal by special aircraft

Lockdown was implemented to prevent corona. Due to this lockdown, whatever was there got stuck there. One such news is coming out from Madhya Pradesh. Many students and tourists of the state who are visiting tourists on visas are stranded abroad due to the lockdown. Such people will be brought to Bhopal by special aircraft of the Indian Air Force under Vande Bharat Mission on Monday. The army has rehearsed at Raja Bhoj Airport on Sunday. Many students in countries like Turkey, Kuwait and Iran etc. were unable to come to India due to the stoppage of flights. Under the Vande Bharat Mission Scheme of the Government of India, such people are being transported to the hometown.

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276 passengers from Turkey will come to Bhopal by Indian Air Force aircraft on Monday. SDM Manoj Upadhyay told this time that the aircraft will reach Bhopal at 11 am on Monday. Passengers will be taken directly to 3 EME centers. The P Battalion here has been converted into a 500-bed hospital. Students and tourists will be quarantined here for 14 days. On Sunday, ADM Ashish Vashisht and senior officials of the police, administration inspected this hospital.

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All passengers will be thermal screened at Raja Bhoj Airport. If a passenger falls ill, he will be sent directly to Covid-19 Hospital. Extensive preparations have been made for this at the airport. On Sunday, the army also has mockdrill. Rehearsals took place from the time the aircraft arrived. Ambulances and medical staff will also be stationed at the airport along with buses.

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