Deputy Commissioner Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal has informed that a total of 13 trains would depart for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar on May 27, 2020. He said that out of total 13, eleven trains would depart from Railway Station Ludhiana and two from Railway Station Doraha. He informed that any person who wish to travel on these 11 trains departing from Railway Station Ludhiana, but has not received conformation SMS, should reach the grounds of Government College for Girls, near Bharat Nagar Chowk, Ludhiana, at least 4 hours prior to the train departure time. While issuing the schedule for trains, Mr Agrawal said that train for Betiah (stoppage at Muzzafarpur) would depart at 10 am, for Motihari (stoppage at Muzaffarpur) at 11:20 am, for Purnia (stoppage at Katihar) at 12:40 pm, for Kishanganj (stoppage at Katihar) at 2 pm, for Madhubani (stoppage at Darbangha) at 3:20 pm, for Gopalganj (stoppage at Siwan) at 4:40 pm, for Arrah/Bhojpur (stoppage at Buxar) at 6 pm, for Hardoi at 7:20 pm, for Unnao at 8:40 pm, for Kushi Nagar (stoppage at Bareilly) at 10 pm and train for Gonda (stoppage at Moradabad) would depart at 11:20 pm. He informed that each train would carry 1600 migrants. Similarly, two trains for Samastipur (Bihar) would depart from Railway Station Doraha at 3 pm and 8 pm on May 27, 2020. He said that for travelling on these trains, the passengers can report at Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Sahnewal at 9 am and 2 pm respectively. He clarified that people (without registration/confirmation sms) coming directly to Sahnewal or Doraha would not be entertained. He further informed that the Punjab government is paying for travel, food, water and pickup service from designated points. He informed that the medical screening of all passengers is being done after which, they are issued medical certificates by the District Administration.