The Volvo transport, which was halted by the Sangareddy District police, was headed to Hyderabad from Mumbai’s air terminal.
Authorities at the Telangana-Maharashtra verge on Sunday halted transport originating from Mumbai and saw it as brimming with travelers who came back from the bay. All travelers were accounted for to have the home isolate stamps on their hands.
The Volvo transport, which was halted by the Sangareddy District police, was en route to Hyderabad from the Mumbai air terminal. While none of the travelers showed any manifestations of the coronavirus, specialists said that they will be held under seclusion as a prudent step.
As indicated by reports, the laborers were from Srikakulam locale in Andhra Pradesh and were being shipped to Hyderabad by a specialist. Specialists told news sources that they arrived in Mumbai, as arriving in Hyderabad would have implied obligatory isolate at the state-run offices in Telangana.
As they were found with stamps, the police moved them to isolate offices, where they will be held under perception.
In a different occurrence, a geek who as of late came back from the United States was deboarded from the Krishna Express which was bound to Tirupati at Bhongir railroad station in Telangana. The 29-year-old was spotted with a stamp on his hand by his co-travelers, who quickly cautioned the Government Railway Police (GRP).
He was moved to the Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad for disengagement. The mentor wherein he was voyaging was purified and travelers were moved to different mentors before the train continued its excursion.
Someone else was additionally kept by the GRP at Nampally railroad station in Hyderabad on Sunday morning, when he was discovered going on the Hyderabad Express (17031) train from Mumbai, wearing gloves to conceal his home isolate stamp.
As indicated by the police, the man had come back from Nigeria by means of Abu Dhabi and arrived at the Mumbai air terminal on March 21. He boarded the train from Pune around the same time and had worn gloves to conceal the isolate stamp on his palm gave by the Maharashtra government at the air terminal.