MUMBAI: The suburban train buses in Mumbai were running on Sunday with 60% services operational while general public was not allowed to travel.
Officials said that only those who were part of emergency services with valid ID cards were travelling and were very few in numbers since morning.
BJP corporator Meena Sonde from Ulhasnagar makes youths do sit-ups after seeing them roaming outside without any re… https://t.co/dnlmU1Dm3W— TOI Navi Mumbai (@TOINaviMumbai) 1584864635000
There were hardly any autos or taxis on road although few are parked near stations and airports.
Trains stationed at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus as Mumbai stays indoors in support of #JantaCurfew… https://t.co/12AcHjM3MG— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1584860802000
The BEST undertaking was operating its red buses although there were very few passengers. BEST general manager Surendrakumar Bagde said he will ensure that there would be buses across the city to cater to those wanting it in an emergency and also for those involved in essential duties.
Mumbai: A deserted Gateway of India as people stay indoors in support of #JantaCurfew appeal by PM Modi… https://t.co/gDmfQXv84Z— TOI Mumbai (@TOIMumbai) 1584858061000
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