Mumbai locals will allow only women to travel

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Mumbai Local Trains: Railway Board Prohibits Entry of Women with Children

Amid the increasing Covid-19 cases in Mumbai, the Railway Board has decided to prevent women from travelling along with their children in the local trains. They have also decided to deploy Railway Protection Force (RPF) at the entry gates to execute the said order. The decision was taken after women were seen carrying their children along with them. Earlier the government had allowed women to travel in the local trains under the "Begin Again" mission from October.

Fri, 27 Nov 2020 - 10:45 PM / by Rashi Jain

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