As a part of “Vande Bharat Mission”, Indian Government is making progress in bringing back the Indians who are stuck in various parts of the world. After the lock down in India, first international flight landed in Shamshabad. Around 200 Telugu people came back from Kuwait to meet and be there with their families in this tough period.
Several of them were construction workers and the Government made preparations for their quarantine stay. As per the details, Indian Government is now following 46 days quarantine period and the respective passengers can choose accommodation packages ranging from Rs.5000 to Rs.30000.
Few people who are financially struggling were getting help from the Government and they are being transferred to special quarantine facility. Few more flights from European countries carrying Indians are expected to reach India in this week. People belonging to Andhra Pradesh will be sent from Hyderabad only after the quarantine period.