Goa police entertain stranded migrant workers with music
Goa police entertain stranded migrant workers with music Image Credit: Twitter

Two videos went viral in India today, showing cops in the Indian state of Goa doing their best to entertain stranded migrants as they waited their turn to get on buses and trains heading back to their villages.

In a Twitter video that was shared by many, a police constable driver Dhiraj Sakhalkar of Agacaim Police station was seen singing for a huge crowd of the migrants at Athletic Stadium in Bambolim.

The Goa Director General of Police said that his team is making the 'Goa stay a memorable one' for the migrants with a package that includes a train back to their hometown, food and drinking water, and lots of entertainment.

Another video, showed a female police constable was seen singing for a group of migrants.

Tweep @NEETAS11 posted: “Goa is all about music and hospitality! How can its police be any different. See how police officials entertain migrant workers. So far 68,000 migrants have managed to leave state, about 30,000 [remain]. #MigrantWorkers @DGP_Goa”

And, @mitikerang: “Salute to Goa Police. Really appreciate your work and efforts.”

Goa has registered 68 cases of COVID-19 so far.