Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, in a statement on Sunday, spoke of the lack of labour special train to send migrant labourers to the home state. He targeted the central government in gestures and said that our demand was for 80 trains daily, but we were given 30-40 trains. Uddhav said that he also has a list of labourers ready.
Now Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has reversed this statement of Uddhav. Goyal responded to him by tweeting on Twitter. Goyal said that there will be no shortage of labourers special train. Here, after Railway Minister Piyush Goyal’s tweet, Central Railway issued a press release saying that they had to cancel 65 trains because the preparations of Maharashtra government were not complete.
Railway Minister Piyush Goyal counterattacked
He wrote in one of his tweets, “Uddhav Ji, hope you are healthy, wish you well Send the information to the General Manager of Central Railway in an hour so that the trains can be arranged on time. “
He said in another tweet, “This information should include where the train will run, the list of passengers according to the trains, their medical certificate and where the train is to go.”
Finally, Goyal wrote tensely to Uddhav Sarkar, “Hopefully after coming to the train station as before, don’t have to go back empty. I would like to assure you that you will have as many trains as you need.”