Birgunj, May 20. A total of 210 Indian nationals have been sent to India, including those placed under quarantine at the Thakuram Campus in Birgunj. A total of 210 Indian nationals, including those who have been in Thakurram Campus quarantine for about a month and a half, were handed over to the Consulate General of India in Birgunj on Tuesday.
A Nepali team including Assistant Chief District Officer of Parsa Lalit Kumar Basnet handed over the representatives of the Consulate General of India in Birgunj to the Indian nationals who were in quarantine. Prakash Khaitan, chairman of the Green City community organization Ardshanagar, said that 210 people, including 89 in the quarantine of Thakuram Campus, 25 from Indian tribes and 96 from their relatives, have been sent to India.
Three buses had come to pick up the 210 Indian nationals at the Integrated Check Post Customs in Birgunj, while a private school bus was brought to take them to the Integrated Check Post Customs.
Similarly, 222 Nepalis from 25 different districts of Nepal, including 42 from Parsa district, are being prepared to be brought to Nepal on Wednesday.