Who can apply for e-pass?
As per the Delhi government’s instructions, people selling essential items like groceries, fruits, vegetables, milk and medicine can go out for night curfew after getting e-pass. Similarly, people associated with the print and electronic media organization must have an e-pass so they can come out during the night curfew. In addition, private doctors, nurses and paramedical staff can travel during curfew by showing a valid ID card.
Passengers traveling through airports, railway stations and bus stands are also allowed to travel with e-pass. Pregnant women and patients can travel for their treatment from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Banks, insurance offices, ATMs, petrol pumps, LPG, CNG, petroleum and gas retail and storage shops will also remain open during the night curfew.
How to apply for e-pass to travel during night curfew in Delhi
– People connected with essential services can visit the Delhi Government’s website to get the e-pass. Click here to apply for a night curfew for Epas from 10pm to 05:00 am.
– Now choose the language of your choice and click on Select e-Pass to travel during the night curfew from the drop down menu.
Here, enter your details related to phone number, name, district and home address etc.
– Now you have to provide information about the service received from the drop down menu list, such as media, medicine, groceries etc.
– How long do you need the e-pass, you have to fill in this information here too.
– Now upload ID proof (maximum file size should be 4MB), with which you will have to upload other documents like visiting card, shop and business license etc. (maximum file size should be 4MB).
After that, you have to click on accept button and then submit your request. Once this process is complete, you will receive an e-Pak reference number, which you can use to determine if you will receive an e-pass.
Significantly, on April 7, 5,000 new Covid-19 cases were registered in Delhi. The number of cases related to the corona virus epidemic in India has reached 1.15 lakh.