How the New York Times reduced a 40-minute conversation with Sanjeev Sanyal to merely 2 words to prove that Shramik trains were ‘virus trains’
Sanjeev Sanyal released audio of his conversation with NYT journalist as they omitted the comments made by him in their article
Deaths aboard Shramik Special trains not due to starvation: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal puts facts on record in parliament
The Railway minister’s forthcoming response on the nature of the death of these migrants on-board Shramik trains comes as an extremely important amidst all the misleading reports pushed by the left-wing media outlets in the last few months attributing the deaths of these people to hunger and starvation.
Out of the oven, into the frying pan: Even after quitting Congress, Priyanka Chaturvedi mimics Rahul Gandhi’s asininity, spreads fake news on Shramik trains
Priyanka Chaturvedi confuses revenue with profit, wrongly claims Railways made profit from Shramik Special trains
Rahul Gandhi spreads fake news about Shramik trains, claims govt made profits while in reality there were losses of Rs 1,700 crores
Taking to Twitter on Saturday, Rahul Gandhi shared a Hindi news report with a misleading headline to spread fake news about Shramik Trains
Unlock 2.0: Migrant workers start returning to work from their native states, employers arranging buses and trains to bring workers back
Migrant workers are returning back to work as lockdown has lifted in most places and the economy is slowly re-opening
Scroll publishes misleading article claiming that Modi govt is actually charging extra for Shramik Special trains, here are the facts
Scroll publishes misleading article on Shramik Special Trains claiming they are costly and they take more time than regular trains
The Wire conveniently ignores facts and misinterprets statements to cast aspersions on Indian Railways’ Shramik Special trains effort
With the Shramik trains ferrying lakhs of migrants home, the Left ecosystem activated its propaganda channels to cast aspersions on the operation.
Post mortem reports prove that migrant workers did not die of starvation as claimed by sections of the media
Numerous media reports have claimed that migrant workers died due to hunger and starvation in Shramik Trains.
West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee government quarantines five migrant workers in an abandoned public toilet in Kolkata
An abandoned public toilet in Taratala, Kolkata used as quarantine center to house migrants by West Bengal government
Death of woman at Muzaffarpur station: Railway affidavit filed in Patna HC states she died 4 hours ago in train, brother-in-law said she had...
Indian Railways files affidavit in Patna High Court in the case of death of woman at Muzaffarpur station, says train was not delayed