Government in dark about number of people who returned to Karnataka


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Jul 16: The state government has been saying that a large number of migrant workers and others who had gone away from the state before the lockdown, have returned after the lockdown terms were relaxed. But it now transpires that the government does not have any exact data on this issue.

The fact that many people are returning to Karnataka without registering their names in the Seva Sindhu app has created problems for the people. The officials said that the government, which feels that asymptomatic people coming into the state have been responsible for spreading coronavirus on a large scale in Karnataka, plan to attend to this issue once the current lockdown period comes to an end.

 

As per the Seva Sindhu app, till July 10, 4.61 lac people have come back to the state while 9.96 lac people had migrated to other states. The officials say that in fact, a large number of people have returned to Karnataka, but detailed information is lacking. This is so because many people have come back by road. Moreover, the government has not made it compulsory to register names of people in the portal. Many have not travelled by buses and trains after registering names, a senior officer said. To obviate the problem, it is said, a proposal to issue ID to people coming into the state is under consideration.

 

  

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  • Alwin, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 17 2020

    Government dark about people who sent to their own place recently before lock down . Repercussions awaited but there's no punishment to sent them with out test

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  • Desmond, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 17 2020

    When did the government ever know whats hapenning

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  • vishnu bhat, bangalore

    Fri, Jul 17 2020

    Govt is in dark about everything except in spotting 'money-making' opportunities, nothing new here.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Jul 17 2020

    In what way this number would have helped in controlling the Pandemic ...

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Fri, Jul 17 2020

    Both the center and state were in dark and clue less right from the beginning, wayback since 2014.

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  • Nancy, Belman

    Fri, Jul 17 2020

    This Govt is only interested in killing Kashmiri militants and stone pelters.

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  • Sanjay, Mangaluru

    Fri, Jul 17 2020

    i was not aware that karnataka govt was involved in killing kashmiri militants and stone pelters. :))

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  • Deshbhakht, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 16 2020

    Wait a minute - we just finished reading something the BJP state President had to say. I noted the following :
    {
    "Even common people of the country have understood this gimmick. The packages and schemes announced by the central and state governments have been reaching every home and benefiting common people. "Just think what would have happened if Rahul or Priyanka were in Modi's position now," he said.
    }

    If the government has no idea about how many are in the state, or have come from outside, whom the packages announced by the central govt are reaching ? Ghosts ? Mr. Kateel, you are right - if Rahul or Priyanka were in Modi's position, this, what is presently happening in Karnataka, would not have happened.

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