The Delhi Police has issued 98 challans to metro passengers for violating tips pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic, officers stated on Sunday.
The police personnel at metro stations have been conducting a drive to verify on these discovered violating COVID-19 tips. Passengers who weren’t carrying masks or sustaining social distancing have been challaned, they stated.
Within the final 4 days, 1,903 metro trains had been checked and 98 challans had been issued to passengers for violating the rules to regulate the pandemic, police official Jitendra Mani stated.
He requested all metro passengers to put on masks, keep social distancing and use hand sanitizers for his or her security.
The Delhi Metro was closed on March 22 to comprise the unfold of the coronavirus, and after 169 days it resumed companies in early September with strict security and social distancing measures.