New Delhi: As the influx of people started gathering at the bus stands and railway station to leave Delhi after the government imposing lockdown, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has appealed the migrant workers not to leave the city as the government is ready to provide all possible help to them.
In a tweet, he has appealed the people to stay back and do not get panic as the government is making necessary arrangements to for wellbeing during the lockdown.
He assured to the government will take care of their needs during the lockdown period of six days which was imposed by the government from Monday.
The LG, in an emotional appeal, told the migrant workers that it is their city, their home and do not run away from their home.
It may be noted that the national capital has recorded around 25,000 cases of Covid-19 for the past a few days which has led to shortage of beds, ventilators and oxygen in the hospitals.
Following which, the Delhi Government declared six days lockdown to break the chain of Covid pandemic. But after the announcements, a large number of migrant workers began gathering at the bus stands and railway station to move to their respective States.