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Thursday, March 23, 2023

Ban on making Insta reel, dance videos in Delhi Metro, violation of rules will be punished

News ECG: Increased administration of the Delhi Metro. Instagramming and recording videos are not permitted for passengers. In this regard, the capital’s Metrorail has released a statement. The released statement stated that breaking the regulations would result in penalties.

Reels, dance videos, and other activities are categorically forbidden within the Delhi Metro, according to a statement from the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). According to the corporation, such incidents might annoy other travelers. Thus, a clear message is sent not to take any actions that might annoy other people.

A Hind slogan was also included in the message. “Be a passenger in the Delhi Metro, don’t cause inconvenience” is the phrase’s Bangla translation. Recently, several images from the Delhi Metro appeared. The pictures were generating dancing vids in the metro and trending on Instagram. Social media is flooded with popular Instagram and dancing videos.

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Several people can be seen dancing and making reels within the metro in the footage. A group of commuters complained to the capital’s metro administration in rage. A call was also made to cease these tendencies at the same time. It is assumed that this announcement by the metro officials comes after that.

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has also stated that only authorization from the metro officials is required to shoot inside a train. And it has been made clear that strict action would be taken if anyone tries to shoot without permission.

Jitendra Mani, the deputy commissioner of the Delhi Metro Police, said that the punishment would be a monetary fine. He claimed that the metro security officers in charge of security will keep an eye on everything. To increase awareness among passengers, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has already made a statement on its official Twitter account.

To raise awareness, the song from the most recent Oscar winner “Naatu Naatu” was referenced. It stated that while being humorous, the song would not be permitted in the Delhi Metro.

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