Many stranded citizens, who booked return tickets to Imphal after the flight services resumed in the state, shared harrowing experiences faced over repeated flight ticket cancellations by authorities.
So far, 20 trains ferrying returnees have arrived at the Jiribam railway station, the transport department said on Saturday.
At the Jiribam Railway Station, all the passengers coming in the special trains were screened by the authorities.
Shramik special train which left Banglaore with 1,660 passengers on May 23 arrived at Jiribam railway station at around 9:50 pm on Tuesday. It was the fourteenth train reaching Jiribam after evacuation of state natives began.
Three buses with 84 stranded Kangpokpi people from Chennai had left Jiribam for Kangpokpi district headquarters.
DeMaS stated that it stepped up to extend help as it received requests from various Manipuri students and families from multiple locations in Delhi.
As many as 400 people were provided free essential items as the relief distribution for stranded Manipuris in Delhi.