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400 Students among 900 JK Residents to leave Maharashtra today : Rohit Kansal

Srinagar, May 14 : Sixth special train with stranded students, others from Jammu and Kashmir will leave for Jammu from Maharashtra state today.

According to Government Spokesperson Rohit Kansal, a special Shramik train carrying 900 stranded Jammu and Kashmir residents including 400 students to leave for Udhampur from Maharashtra state today.

He said all others who are stuck outside not to worry, eveyone will being facilitated.

The Government Spokesperson said this will be the sixth Shramik train including road and air evacuees and the total returnees now exceed 50000.

Pertinently, Third special train carrying J&K stranded students and other to leave from Bangalore today evening.

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