India, May 24 -- Around 3,300 Jammu and Kashmir residents, including 1,200 students who were stranded in various parts of Maharashtra have been sent back to their homes by four Shramik Special trains during the past 10 days, officials said.

This is the highest number of Shramik Special trains deployed in any single state for the evacuation of stranded J&K residents.

Around 600 stranded people from J&K including 200 students, left for Udhampur Railway Station from Mumbai's Bandra Terminus Saturday evening in the fourth and last Special Shramik Train. People who boarded this train were mostly stranded in two key districts of Mumbai City and Mumbai Suburban. These stranded persons include patients, traders, handicraft vendors, labourers an...