He said though the BJP wants to expand its influence in the TMC-ruled state, its goal is to rid West Bengal of the "environment of terror".
As of Monday night, 162 trains were in transit and 1,252 had reached their destinations.
Although 'Shramik' special trains began plying at the start of May, ferrying stranded migrant workers back to their native places.
More than a hundred trains are expected to run daily for next few weeks to facilitate faster movement of stranded workers to their native places, a statement from MHA said.
The 'Shramik Special' trains has 24 coaches with a capacity to carry 72 passengers in each coach.
While the Railways has officially not stated how much it has spent so far on these services, which the government says has been shared on an 85:15 ratio with the states.
The railways had said that according to Union Home Ministry's guidelines it will start "Shramik Special" trains to move migrant workers, pilgrims, tourists, students and other persons stranded in various parts of the country.
Railways on Friday, which is also International Labour Day, announced six "Shramik Special" trains for migrant workers, students and others who were stranded due to the lockdown