Precautions should not be neglected in the metro , says CM Kejriwal
By Kunika Chaudhary
Delhi's metro service is getting back on tracks from today. DMRC (Delhi Metro Rail Corporation) has already shared the precautionary guidelines for travel with the citizens.
Metro is getting back on tracks almost after 5 months. With the metro being started again, many people will find it easy to commute between places. CM Kejriwal expressed his happiness about this matter by tweeting that he is happy about the metro being reopened and DMRC had made great arrangements but we should not neglect the needed precautions. According to the Delhi government, Corona in Delhi is under control. Currently, in Delhi, corona cases are 1,91,449 in which 20,909 are active cases where 169,573 people recovered from corona with 4,567 deaths. Metro Department has already shared the guidelines about precautions that sanitizers, masks and physical distancing is really necessary during travel and only smart cards will be acceptable for commuting.
The opening of the metro will be done in the three stages from 7 to 12 September. According to DMRC official, in stage one, Yellow Line ( The line which connects Samaypur Badli to HUDA city centre, Gurgaon.) or Line 2 and Rapid Metro will run operationally with restricted running hours. Trains will run in batches of four-hour respectively from 7 to 11 am in the morning and 4 to 8 pm in the evening as per the officials.DMRC also expressed happiness via tweet.