At Pune and Shivajinagar railway stations, PMC deputes groups to verify eligibility of commuters for common journey move


The Pune Municipal Company (PMC) on Tuesday deputed groups of civic workers to confirm and ensure the eligibility of commuters of native trains for the ‘Common Journey Cross’, at Pune railway station and Shivajinagar railway station.

“It’s essential to confirm the eligibility of residents for common move by the QR code and photograph identification card. So, a workforce of civic workers shall be working from 7 am to 7 pm at two railway stations — Pune and Shivajinagar,” stated Deputy Municipal Commissioner Sunil Indulkar.

Native trains in Pune run from Pune station to Lonavala, reducing throughout the economic city of Pimpri-Chinchwad and a part of Pune metropolis. In line with the state authorities’s eligibility standards, commuters ought to have taken each doses of Covid vaccine and might journey solely 14 days after taking the second dose.

The groups must confirm the vaccination certificates by the QR code on the certificates in addition to the dates on which the doses have been taken. They must match the data with the photograph identification playing cards of commuters and put the stamp of ‘Common Journey Cross Permitted’ after confirming the eligibility on the photocopy of the identification card and vaccination certificates.

The move or ticket could be obtained from the railway ticket counter by producing the stamped photocopy of the vaccination certificates and identification card. Commuters must carry the move or ticket together with vaccination certificates and identification card in native trains.

Since there may be more likely to be a rush to acquire the common journey move, the assistance of native police has been sought and civic workers have been requested to handle folks calmly with out stepping into arguments, Indulkar stated.


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