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2 BMC staffers assaulted at LTT station by 4 passengers

As per the latest government guidelines by Maharashtra government in the wake of second wave of coronavirus, a negative RT-PCR reports are compulsory for travellers arriving in the state from Delhi-NCR, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Goa, and Kerala.

2 BMC staffers assaulted at LTT station by 4 passengers
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According to reports, recently, two BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) staffers were assaulted at the Lokmanya Tilak Terminus by four unknown passengers as they did not want to get tested for COVID-19.

The incident took place on Tuesday, May 4, when Raju Chinnan, a BMC official and his colleagues were carrying out anti-gen tests on passengers arriving on long-distance trains to Mumbai.

The Kurla GRP has registered a case of assault against these passengers.

Meanwhile, due to increasing cases day by day in India, state governments have announced several travel restrictions.

As per the latest government guidelines by the Maharashtra government in the wake of the second wave of coronavirus, negative RT-PCR reports are compulsory for travellers arriving in the state from Delhi-NCR, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Goa, and Kerala.

Passengers landing at any station will be hand-stamped and home quarantined for 14 days with an additional thermal screening at all Railway stations. Jan Sadharan Ticket Booking Seva and UTS will remain temporarily closed, passengers can book their tickets at ticket counters and booking centres like Automatic Ticket Vending Machines.

Passengers travelling from out-of-station/state trains will not be allowed to travel in local trains. The state government also made it mandatory for people entering the state to register for an E-pass.

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