A particular flight carrying 132 stranded Indians from Muscat landed at Gaya airport in Bihar at the moment, officers mentioned.
Not one of the passengers exhibited signs of coronavirus throughout screening and medical examination, they mentioned.
Of the 132 returnees, 116 are from Bihar and 16 from Jharkhand, Gaya airport director Dilip Kumar mentioned.
After completion of formalities like depositing returnees’ passports on the immigration counters by the district administration, the residents of Bihar had been despatched to varied resorts in Bodh Gaya for 14 days quarantine, the officers mentioned.
These from Jharkhand had been despatched to the state in a automobile dispatched by the Jharkhand authorities, they added.
Magadh Divisional Commissioner Asangba Chuba Ao, Gaya District Justice of the Peace Abhishek Singh, SSP Rajiv Mishra and the airport director welcomed the returnees on their arrival right here with kits containing sanitiser and soaps.
On Could 18, a chartered airplane had landed at Gaya airport with 41 Indians stranded in London.
Round 300 individuals from Myanmar stranded in numerous components of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh because of the coronavirus lockdown had left for his or her nation in a chartered flight on April 22.
On April 24, 171 Buddhist monks and vacationers returned to Thailand in a chartered flight from Gaya. They’d come to India to go to the Buddhist circuit of Gaya-Rajgir-Kushinagar-Varanasi-Vaishali.
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