In order to check the spread of coronavirus disease across India, the government has announced an extended lockdown till May 3. During the lockdown period, only essential service providers are allowed to travel. However, in case you need to travel for some emergency work, you can apply for an e-pass online which you can show […]Continue Reading..
With only those employed in essential services or facing emergencies allowed to commute on city roads and highways during the lockdown, state governments are struggling to find the best mechanism to ensure this. From the experience so far, it looks like issuing and using e-passes are simpler than physical passes. Also, decentralising the issuing process […]Continue Reading..
The Delhi district administration on Thursday introduced a colour-coding mechanism to streamline the process of issuing electronic passes (e-passes) for those working to provide essential services in the national capital. On Wednesday, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal announced issuing e-passes to ensure the smooth movement of people providing essential services in the wake of the […]Continue Reading..
With long queues at police stations for “curfew pass”, the Delhi government on Wednesday announced it would issue e-passes to those delivering essential services within and outside city limits. It also announced a helpline for those who have been “harassed” by state enforcement agencies, including police, to register their complaint. The announcement came as reports […]Continue Reading..