Atleast 27 passengers fined at Chennai Metro

 


Chennai, India(Metro Rail Today): A week after resumption of its services, Chennai Metro has so far levied fine on 27 passengers for not wearing masks while taking a ride. They collect ₹200 as fine when a staff finds that a passenger is not wearing the mask properly, covering the nose and mouth and so far, in the last ten days, ₹5,400 has been collected according to a report.

“We follow the guidelines of Central Public Works Department (CPWD) with respect to air conditioning of trains and stations and keep temperature at 24 to 30 degree Celsius and also the inflow of fresh air into stations has been placed at the maximum level", a CMRL official was quoted saying. 

Chennai Metro is running with 50 percent seating capacity as per the instructions issued by the State government in view of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.


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