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Ecommerce Companies, Essential service Providers Will Get Special Passes For Movement In Bengaluru

Ecommerce Companies, Essential service Providers Will Get Special Passes For Movement In Bengaluru 1

Bengaluru, NFAPost: The Bengaluru City Commissioner of Police issued special order to issue passes for essential service providers including ecommerce companies so that their movement is not disrupted.

In a circular, the Bengaluru City Commissioner of Police said in view of the direction issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs the state government regulated movements of vehicles.

“To halt further transmission of the Covid-19 virus, a pass system will be put in place to regulate the movement of people. Two types of passes will be issued for this purpose. One for persons and another for vehicles” states the Bengaluru City Commissioner of Police circular.

The passes will be issued from the office of the jurisdictional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law & Order) and will be made available 24/7. Employees deputed for three shifts can apply for the pass on the submission of a standardised application form and it will be issued in the prescribed format.

According to the circular, the pass will be issued to the following.

-Private Security Guards
-Petrol, Gas, LPG retail employees
-Banks, ATM, Insurance companies employees
-Delivery Agents of food aggregator services, online pharmaceutical companies, and ecommerce platforms.

-Print and Electronic Media Person
-Staff working for ration or grocery shops, diaries, meat and fish shops as ewll as animal fodder shops
-Staff of medical establishments such as hospitals, clinics, dispensaries, nursing homes and internet services
-IT and IT-enabled services employees which work for essential services
-Employees of power generation, transmission and distribution units
-Staff of capital and debit market services
-Employees of cold storage and warehousing services
-Staff working for manufacturing units of essential commodities
-Staff engaged in the transportation of essential goods
-Staff of hotels and lodges which are accommodating tourists stranded due to Covid-19 and earmarked for quarantine facilities.

Passes will not be issued for the following

-Government vehicles with “G” registration plates,
-Goods Vehicles
-Employees of Government Departments
-Employees of High Court
(All government and high court staff to compulsorily carry their department-issued ID Card)
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