Published On: Mon, Mar 23rd, 2020

Delhi borders sealed, ‘curfew passes’ to be issued

New Delhi: In order to overcome the coronavirus epidemic, the lockdown on Monday saw little impact in Delhi even as Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava issued orders to strictly follow section 144.

The nearest district DCP office will issue the curfew pass

The order issued from Delhi Police Headquarters said that those working in private institutions in Delhi will be mandatorily reequired to take a ‘curfew-pass’. The nearest district DCP office will issue the curfew pass. While those entering Delhi (Gurugram, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida) outside the national capital border, the curfew pass will have to be issued by the Police DCP office of their nearest Delhi district.

The order to this effect was issued by the Delhi Police Commissioner at around 8.45 pm on Monday night. Those living in Gurugram-Manesar (Haryana) will have to contact the DCP office in the South West district of Nelson Mandela Road in Vasant Vihar area of Delhi for curfew pass.

Those coming to Delhi from Faridabad will have to contact the DCP office at Sarita Vihar for curfew pass. Similarly, those coming to Delhi from Ghaziabad will have to go to Shalimar Park, Bholanath Nagar, DCP office in Shahdara district. While those coming from Noida to Delhi will have to contact the DCP office of Eastern District located at Mandavali Fazalpur IP Extension.

Those coming to Delhi from Sonipat in Haryana will have to go to the office located in Samipur Badli of outer-north Delhi district DCP. Whereas those coming to Delhi from Bahadurgarh and Jhajjar in Haryana will have to contact the DCP office of outer Delhi located in Pushpanjali Enclave of Pitampura for curfew pass.

Delhi Police spokesperson Anil Mittal said that “As per this order issued by the police commissioner, government employees will not need a curfew pass. If required, it will be mandatory to show them the identity card issued by the office.”

He said, “There is no need to issue curfew passes to mediapersons and journalists. Yes, journalists have to show their identity cards when asked by the police.”

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