Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has demanded the Centre to resume the services of local trains in Mumbai. The demand was made for those who are engaged in essential services and to make commute easy for them.
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“The hospital staff and other workforce engaged in essential and emergency services are finding it difficult to commute from far off areas to Mumbai. We have been demanding resumption of local rail services from the Centre. This is very important for the workforce,” India Today quoted Uddhav Thackeray as saying.
Maharashtra has reported 3,254 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday making the total number of cases in the state to 94,041 with the death of 149 patients which took the number to 3,438. On the other hand 44,517 patients have recovered from Covid-19. In Mumbai alone the cases reach to 52,667 which is more than China’s Wuhan which was 50,333
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