The CISF has prepared a proposal for the entry of passengers at the commencement of the operation of the Delhi Metro after the lockdown.
New Delhi: The CISF has prepared a proposal for the entry of passengers at the commencement of the operation of the Delhi Metro after the lockdown. As per the measures included in this proposal prepared on Thursday, passengers will have to remove any metal held on the body before the investigation. Along with wearing masks, the Arogya Setu app should also be downloaded in mobile. If a passenger has symptoms of flu, he will not be allowed to travel. The paramilitary force deployed in the security of the metro network in the National Capital Region has prepared a plan for the safety of passengers and employees.
According to the information received, the plan proposed by the force will be implemented only after consultation with the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and the Ministry of Urban Development. According to the plan proposed by the force, about 12,000 men and women personnel will be deployed for the security of more than 160 metro stations, so that the services of the rail network can be resumed in a phased manner.
The plan says, ‘Identified persons with symptoms of Covid-19 can be prevented from using the metro from the e-pass issued from the Arogya Setu application. It will be mandatory for every person entering the metro premises to wear a mask, as well as handwash and hand sanitizer facilities will be made available at every entry point. According to the proposal, thermal check will be done before entering each station and those whose temperature is not normal will not be allowed to enter. Individuals with flu symptoms like cough, cold, will also not get admission.
CISF Director General Rajesh Ranjan said that this proposal has been prepared keeping in mind that the speed, safety and safety of passengers, force personnel, DMRC personnel and other people of the campus can be ensured.