Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday stated he had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying it was harmful to convey again Indians stranded overseas amid the coronavirus disaster with out testing them because it might assist the lethal virus unfold.
“The people are being brought back without testing whether they have corona virus or not. This is very dangerous. There are 200 people in a flight. If one or two have the virus – this can be very dangerous for the country,” the Chief Minister stated.
“Unfortunate that internationally followed protocols are not being followed. Have written to PM that those being brought back should be tested before the travel,” he added
Hundreds of hundreds of Indians stranded overseas due to the COVID-19 pandemic will likely be introduced again by air and by sea from Thursday on the earth’s largest evacuation mission.
More than 1,90,000 Indians have requested a flight house. Those taking the particular flights will likely be charged round Rs 50,000 from Europe and Rs 1 lakh from the US.
Naval warships may also set out for Indians caught in West Asia and the Maldives. This is the largest train since nationwide airline Air India flew again 1,70,000 throughout the first Gulf War.