NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): DMRC Managing Director Vikas Kumar on 27th April, Wednesday travelled on the Blue Line of Delhi Metro to take stock of overall compliance of Covid-appropriate behaviour by passengers while travelling.
Masks were made mandatory again in Delhi on 22nd April after observing a rise in covid cases in the capital and a fine of Rs 500 was imposed on the violations.
He travelled from Barakhamba to R K Ashram and got down at all stations, an official said.
Blue Line is a stretch that connects Dwarka Sector 21 in Delhi and Electronic City in Noida.
“Shri Vikas Kumar, MD/DMRC today travelled on the Blue Line to take stock of the overall compliance to Covid appropriate behaviour by passengers while travelling. He also inspected stations including Rajiv Chowk interchange. Covid protocols were being followed by the passengers,” the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) tweeted.