Lockdown 4.O Day 10: Gorakhpur railway station receives the highest number of Shramik Special trains in the country

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So far, 1337 trains carrying workers from different states have reached UP, 104 trains on the way.

Lucknow, May 27: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while reviewing the Covid-19 lockdown condition across the state in a high level meeting at Lok Bhavan on Wednesday, said that whenever a regular train service starts in future, an action plan should be prepared from now on to scan the passengers.

During the meeting, Chief Minister was told that so far 1,337 trains have come to Uttar Pradesh with migrant workers and labourers from different states and 104 trains are on the way.

So far, 208 trains ferrying migrant workers have arrived in Gorakhpur. Thus, Gorakhpur railway station has become the most Shramik-Special trains receiving station in the entire country.

Medical Education Minister, Medical and Health Minister should conduct surprise inspection

During this time, the Chief Minister has instructed the Medical Education Minister and the Medical and Health Minister to conduct surprise inspection of hospitals and medical colleges.

He said that surprise inspections should be done on the spot to check the reality of the works by improving the system, receiving direct feedback from the public.

The Chief Minister told that he has here today conducted a surprise inspection of the Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences.

On this occasion, he got information about the services of the hospital by communicating with the general public and gave necessary guidelines to the doctors.

Government gives more momentum to deal with the corona infection

Yogi said that the work of strengthening the health services of the state has been given more momentum by the state government to deal with the infection of Corona. Establishment of various categories of Covid hospitals, availability of trained medical personnel at every level including doctors, provision of medicine and infection prevention devices as well as telemedicine for other patients to provide medical counseling and emergency services.

He has directed the Health and Medical Education Departments and the administration to work in a coordinated manner with team spirit to keep all these arrangements strong.

Strengthen administrative system with regular communication and contact

Emphasizing on strengthening the administrative system through regular dialogue and contact, the Chief Minister said that to maintain the lockdown, the Chief Secretary (CS) and Director General of Police (DGP) should maintain regular communication with all the District Magistrates (DMs) and Senior Superintendents of Police (SSPs), Superintendents of Police (SPs).

He also directed to continue the sanitation work in rural and urban areas.

Screening of every migrant workers coming from UP, complete details should be recorded

The Chief Minister said that with the cooperation of the Centre, the State Government is ensuring the return of workers, workers from different states to a safe and respectable state.

“After screening all the workers coming to the state, they should be sent home quarantine or to quarantine centre,” Yogi instructed.

“Complete arrangements for cleanliness and security should be ensured in the quarantine centres and shelter homes. All the needy, including the workers, should be provided a clean and full meal by the community kitchen. Skill mapping of the workers at the quarantine centres should compile their complete details including their mobile number and bank account number, which will facilitate them in providing employment,” CM pointed out.

Activate immediately if workers’ account becomes inactive

The Chief Minister ordered that food kits should be made available to the home workers for home quarantine and they should be provided a maintenance allowance of one thousand rupees during domestic confinement.

He instructed that if the bank account of a labourer becomes inoperative due to any reasons, then contact the concerned bank branch to get such bank accounts activated immediately, so that such workers can get the amount of maintenance allowance.

Interaction with 44,000 village heads from Chief Minister Helpline

The Chief Minister said that Monitoring Committees should be kept active for the success of domestic confinement system and feedback of surveillance work being done by them should be obtained through Chief Minister Helpline.

Emphasizing on enabling monitoring committees, Yogi added that these committees can play an important role in resolving domestic and revenue related disputes.

On this occasion, the Chief Minister was made aware that the Chief Minister Helpline interacted with 44,000 village heads.

Food grains distribution should be completed on time from June 01

The Chief Minister directed that all preparations for the next phase of the food distribution campaign starting from June 1, 2020 should be completed in time.

He said that to provide regular food grains to the workers and labourers who have returned to the state from different states, their ration cards should be made while working at war level. In every case, it should be ensured that food grains are essentially available to all needy families.

The number of beds in any Covid hospitals should not be less than 100

The Chief Minister directed that the number of beds in L-1, L-2 and L-3 Covid hospitals should be increased to one lakh beds by the end of this month. It should be ensured that the number of beds in any Covid hospital is not less than 100. Police, PAC, Fire Service and Railway Police personnel to avoid infection, all protective measures should be taken.

 In order to protect medical workers from medical infection, their training work should be conducted continuously, CM added.

He directed the district magistrates to inspect all the Covid hospitals in their districts.

Get wheat procurement done fast

The Chief Minister ordered that in order to provide a fair and remunerative price to the farmers of the state, the state government has made arrangements for purchasing wheat. Wheat purchasing centres have been set up under the price support scheme.

He instructed to complete wheat procurement work at a rapid pace and said that more and more farmers should be given benefits of this scheme.

All arrangements should be made to protect the locust

He also directed to strengthen the straw bank system for the go-shelter sites established for the destitute go-dynasty and to complete the year-tagging work of animals at a rapid pace.

He said that all the rescue arrangements should be made keeping the locust attack outbreak and people should also be made aware about it.