Thiruvananthapuram, Apr 27 : Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday announced that the State is working on a plan to bring back Malayalees who are stuck or stranded in different parts of the country because of the lockdown.
"Such people who desire to come back to Kerala can register their details on the NORKA website from Wednesday," the Chief Minister said while addressing a press conference at the Government Secretariat. “Several people are stranded in other states and they are facing severe hardships. Students, business travellers, those who went to visit relatives, those on temporary training, etc are some of those who are stuck and we would try to bring them back." "However, priority would be given to those who have gone for medical treatment in other states and residents of other states who have registered for specialist treatment in Kerala."(UNI)