Outside the entrance of New Delhi Railway Station, Ramvati, 30, was sitting on the road with her two children. She had a medium-sized blue luggage bag with some clothes, a water bottle and a few eatables.
Not knowing much about how to get into the Shramik trains, she came to New Delhi railway station hoping to board a Bihar-bound train but appeared puzzled.
"I want to go back to Bihar. I did not know much about the process and thought I could buy buying tickets. I have Rs 1,200. I just don't know what to do now. I don't know how to keep my children safe from the virus," she said with pain in her eyes.
Harbinder, 54, a farmer hailing from a border area in Punjab, said he has been walking for two days and has very little savings.
"I am a farmer and had come for some personal work. Due to lockdown, I got stuck here. Now I cannot wait more otherwise my crops would be of no value. If I get any bus or car or a lift it will be a relief for me," he said with hope in his eyes.