Uttar Pradesh was the first state to get the students back to their homes. Many other states spoke against this act while the students were happy to get back home. Kota is the hub where many students from all over India go to prepare for further studies.
The coronavirus lockdown left many students stuck in Kota away from homes. All kinds of transport facilities have been stopped to prevent the further spread of coronavirus.
Madhya Pradesh is the second state to take this crucial step and get back students from Kota.
Gwalior Superintendent of Police Navneet Bhasin told that all buses are guarded with policemen and the bus driver and conductor have been given PPE kits.
The buses will reach Kota on Tuesday and will leave from there with students to reach the respective districts on Wednesday morning.
The students will be examined and those who do not show any symptoms will be under mandatory home quarantine.
150 Buses have been assigned for this mission and Madhya Pradesh is the second state to get back stranded students.