- 29th March, 2020 Times of India
- 28th March, 2020 Times of India
- Delhi Police App for citizen pass out
The Delhi Police will issue passes for its citizens after verifying their details. A citizen has to download the form from the Delhi Police App and the person has to fill it with full details. After verifying it, the police will issue the pass for 24 or 48 hours. The person will be able to move in Delhi-NCR region. There are several residents who want to meet their relatives in urgency. This facility will ease the burden of cops to check people if they have a valid document.
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- 27th March, 2020 Times of India
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