The first ''Shramik Special'' train carrying 1,187 stranded migrant labourers from Jaipur reached Bihar's Patna on Saturday afternoon.
The 24-coach train departed at 10 pm on Friday from Jaipur and reached the Danapur railway station around 2 pm, railway official Rajesh Kumar told PTI.
Medical screening of all the passengers will be carried out first, for which, 20 medical teams have been deployed.
"After medical examination, they will be served food and sent to their respective districts by buses," Patna Divisional Commissioner Sanjay Kumar Agarwal told PTI.
Around 100 buses have been stationed at the Danapur railway station for the purpose of sending these passengers to their home districts, he said.
The seating arrangements in buses have been made keeping in mind social distancing norms. Buses will ply half of their seating capacity, Agarwal added.
This is the first run of a special train to Bihar to bring back migrants stranded during the nationwide lockdown to contain the coronavirus spread.