BIG updates on operations of Mumbai native trains

Amid rising coronavirus COVID-19 cases in Mumbai, it’s probably that Maharashtra government might impose new restrictions on the operations of Mumbai native trains. 

Maharashtra’s Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Vijay Vadettiwar says that native trains ought to be stopped or strict restrictions ought to be imposed and the state government is contemplating to take a call on this reagrd. It is to be famous that regardless of lockdown-like restrictions in Mumbai, the native trains are nonetheless working as much as their full capability.

There is a mini-lockdown in Mumbai to curb the unfold of the coronavirus. All outlets are closed aside from important providers. Malls, gyms, swimming polls, motels, bars and spiritual locations are additionally closed. Even non-public workplaces have been requested to shift to work at home mode. 

In Mumbai, 1200 passengers can journey in 12 coaches of native trains. According to the new tips, no passenger will be allowed to journey in standing place, however throughout the rush hours within the morning, the trains are sometimes crammed with passengers greater than their capability and no social distancing norms typically go for a toss.

Meanwhile, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday issued an order permitting house supply of meals and important provides via on-line service suppliers 24 hours on all days of the week throughout the ongoing state-wide coronavirus-induced restrictions.

This comes a day after main food-delivery providers Zomato and Swiggy introduced that they will cease delivering meals after 8 PM because the Uddhav Thackeray-led government declared an evening curfew in all the state.

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