49 girls stranded in Hyderabad returned safely to Maharashtra

Girls stranded in Hyderabad return to Maharashtra.

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Pune, May 8, 2020: Due to the efforts of MP Supriya Sule, 49 college girls who had been stranded in Hyderabad for the last one and a half months were able to return to Maharashtra. After the girls from different districts of Maharashtra returned to their homes, they and their families thanked Sule.

Pragya Salunkhe from Satara district and Vidya Mamude from Yeola taluka, who were with the girls, gave detailed information about the incident. All these girls are from different districts of Maharashtra. All of them are postgraduates and are preparing for SET, NET. They had gone for a class in an institution in Hyderabad. As the classes were closed due to lockdown, these girls got stuck in Hyderabad. They had been trying to return to Maharashtra for the last one and a half months.

Bringing these girls across the state border to Maharashtra was a daunting task when it was not possible to move from one place to another in the same village. Eventually, the girls contacted Supriya Sule and asked her to help them come to Maharashtra. Accordingly, Sule contacted the Chief Minister of Telangana, informed him about this and followed up with the administrations of both the states. Yesterday they got special permission for the girls to cross the state border.

Accordingly, all these girls left Hyderabad yesterday evening and reached their respective homes in Maharashtra today. Upon reaching home, the girls and their families thanked Supriya Sule. Apart from Sule, the girls also thanked Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, NCP office bearers from Solapur and other districts and Youth NCP office bearers.