Meanwhile, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Sunday said the Delhi Metro shall be prepared to resume operations whenever directed by the government, reported PTI.
The statement came on a day Chief Minister Arvind KejriwaL said metro train services in Delhi should be resumed on a trial basis as the COVID-19 situation in the city was improving, and he hoped the Centre would soon take a decision in it.
“The DMRC shall be prepared to commence operations whenever directed by the government. All necessary guidelines in place to combat the spread of COVID-19 shall be implemented, and all efforts shall be made to make travel safe for our values commuters,” DMRC Executive Director Anuj Dayal was quoted as saying.
The Delhi Metro has suffered losses of nearly Rs 1,300 crore since the closure of services since late March, according to sources.
Delhi Metro has been preparing to handle commuters as per safety guidelines, from thermal scanners to test temperature pf commuters to stickers on social distancing norms pasted on seats and platform doors, whenever the service are ordered to be removed.