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Delhi Metro bans passengers from making reels inside train

New Delhi: Continued reminders by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) about the restriction on making reels and videography inside the train But some travellers continue to shoot. Recently, a girl has been seen recording her dance video inside the metro. This raises the question: if officials will not see or take the action, will […]

Edited By : Yashashvi Tak | Updated: Mar 16, 2023 14:49 IST
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New Delhi: Continued reminders by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) about the restriction on making reels and videography inside the train But some travellers continue to shoot. Recently, a girl has been seen recording her dance video inside the metro. This raises the question: if officials will not see or take the action, will the public stop do so?

DMRC recently tweeted a public service message which reads, “Travel, don’t cause trouble,” along with a graphic that said, “Be a passenger in Delhi Metro, not a nuisance.” The message describes that making reels, videos and dancing inside the Delhi Metro is prohibited.

According to media reports DMRC said, “Organised shooting inside the metro is strictly prohibited, prior permission needs to be taken even for film shoots. If we do grant permission, some amount is also charged as a token of apology for the inconvenience caused to the commuters.”

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They added, “The viral videos on social media might be fun to watch, but the faces of other passengers reveal their discomfort and shock at being included. That should not happen.”

Many internet users praised DMRC’s decision to share the rule reminder, with one user suggesting that the corporation should advertise this message inside metro coaches via posters and other means.

Netizens reaction

A user wrote, “Y took so long to take such action. People irritate while travel. They don’t bother what anyone facing in life but always try to groove for few likes.” Another user commented while supporting DMRC desicion, “Best decision ever made, bye bye chappris.” Another user requested, “Please do advertisement inside metro coaches also via posters etc.”

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First published on: Mar 15, 2023 06:29 PM IST

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