Delhi Metro Rules: The metro running in the capital Delhi has now become the lifeline of this city. Now traveling in Delhi without it will be very difficult. If you are also going to travel in Delhi Metro, then first you should know about some important rules related to it, otherwise there may be problem later, because DMRC is very strict about the rules. Before traveling in the metro, you should know what items you can take inside the metro or what items are prohibited? You can also be punished for violating the rules.
Can you carry alcohol in the metro?
This question is asked by many people. comes to mind and the answer is ‘no’. Traveling with alcohol is not allowed in metro. You will not be allowed to travel on the metro if security personnel find alcohol with you.
Can pets be carried?
Pets such as dog, cat etc. cannot be taken in metro. To travel with a pet or bird, you can take a cab instead of the metro.
Can I take a bicycle?
However, bicycles in the metro Such items are not allowed to be carried, but a small child’s bicycle, which weighs very little, may be allowed to be carried by security personnel. Along with this, most of the metro stations also have parking facilities for parking bicycles. They also make reels or short videos in Metro. But there is a ban on video making and photography in the metro. Being caught doing this can lead to fines. This information was also given by Delhi Metro in a tweet.
Such heavy luggage can be carried
According to Delhi Metro, a passenger can carry luggage up to 25 kg. . Earlier this limit was only 15 kg. Remember! Only one bag should be of this weight.
These items are strictly prohibited in Metro
You do not carry spirit and flammable liquids.
Carrying of dangerous and prohibited chemical acids, petroleum products or explosives of any kind is strictly prohibited.
Any sharp object like knife, dagger, sword , cleaver, cutlery etc. cannot be carried. Also, screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers or any other tool, which is more than 7 inches or 17.5 cm in length, cannot be carried. /strong>
Violation of these metro rules can get you a hefty fine or even go to jail. Carrying dangerous or objectionable and prohibited material in the metro is punishable with imprisonment of up to 4 years and a fine of up to Rs 5000.
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