A week-long lockdown has been declared in Delhi in view of increasing cases of corona infection. Fearing the possibility of extending its deadline and lockdown elsewhere, people who have come to Delhi, Ghaziabad, and Noida for jobs have started returning home. Every migrant who went to the Kaushambi bus stand was looking for the seat of the covered bus. If the seat was not found, people traveled by sitting on the roofs.

 A month ago, it seemed that the country had conquered Corona. The sudden worsening situation has increased the fear in everyone's heart, with increased cases in the second wave. Chief Minister Arvid Kejriwal announced a one-week lockdown as soon as the situation in Delhi worsened due to Corona infection. Immediately after that, the migrant bagged the goods and reached the bus station.

People also resorted to windows to board buses due to the crowd. During this time the rules of physical distance were severely violated. People were seen standing in buses besides buses and traveling. Also rode on the roofs. Bahraich resident Sunil Kumar said that if the lockdown is prolonged then the situation will be like last year. There will be problem of bread as well as difficulty in returning home. Going home from now ADM City Shailendra Kumar arrived to take stock of the situation, but his car also got stuck in the jam here. After a long time, he left after seeing the condition of the bus station.

At the same time, a large number of people were seen going from the footover bridge to Anand Vihar to Kaushambi bus stand. Corona rules were severely violated during this time. 

A stampede on the road and bus stand

Things like last year were once again seen for the return of migrants working in Delhi, Noida and Ghaziabad. Increased congestion and reduced number of buses showed a stampede at the Kaushambi bus stand. People who come from Purvanchal and Bihar do not want to leave their work under any circumstances, but in these conditions created due to corona infection, everyone was worried about their family's safety and work and job in the lockdown.

At the same time, a huge crowd was also seen at the Anand Vihar bus stand. It was going here that the passengers going towards Uttar Pradesh should go to the Kaushambi bus base. Due to increasing crowd, there was a huge jam in Anand Vihar.

Jam in Maharajpur border-Kaushambi

After the announcement of the lockdown in Delhi, hundreds of people came together for the Kaushambi bus base. Due to people, there was a jam on the route from Dabur Tiraha to Kaushambi and on the internal routes. There was also a long queue of vehicles passing through this route. There was a jam for about half an hour, but no police arrangements were made to open the jam.

Roadways system failed

A large number of expatriates are returning to their homes in view of the worsening conditions of Corona infection. Even though the Uttar Pradesh Transport Corporation is making claims to make the system, but a sudden rush of people destroyed all the arrangements of the Transport Corporation. By the evening, the bus was full of crowds going to the base, but the buses were not being found. People were seen waiting.

Private buses charge many times the fare

 Private bus operators took great advantage of the compulsion of people to reach their homes. In the absence of daily buses, private bus operators parked their vehicles around the bus base and charged two to three times the fare from the people. A large number of expatriates are returning to their homes in view of the worsening conditions of the Corona infection. Even though the Uttar Pradesh Transport Corporation is making claims to make the system, but a sudden rush of people destroyed all the arrangements of the Transport Corporation. By the evening, the bus was full of crowds going to the base, but the buses were not being found. People were seen waiting.

 Private buses charge many times the fare

Private bus operators took great advantage of the compulsion of people to reach their homes. In the absence of daily buses, the private bus operators parked their vehicles around the bus station and filled the passengers and charged two to three times the fare from the people.

The crowd was seen at Noida's Sector 37 intersection after a week-long lockdown in Delhi. The migrant workers were seen waiting for the bus to go home.

Let people know that the lockdown in Delhi may go on for a long time. However, CM Kejriwal has clarified that it will not last long. Overseas people should not leave Delhi.