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People commute through Delhi-Ghazipur border amid lockdown

People on Monday were seen commuting through Delhi-Ghazipur border, amid checking by police personnel during coronavirus lockdown.

ANI | New Delhi | Updated: 18-05-2020 08:36 IST | Created: 18-05-2020 08:36 IST
People commute through Delhi-Ghazipur border amid lockdown
Visuals from the Delhi-Ghazipur border on Monday morning.. Image Credit: ANI

People on Monday were seen commuting through Delhi-Ghazipur border, amid checking by police personnel during coronavirus lockdown. Trucks, cars and two-wheelers were seen at the border this morning.

Meanwhile, a large number of migrant labourers reached Delhi-Ghazipur border. Buses are being arranged to take them to their native places. Heavy vehicular movement was also witnessed at Delhi-Gurugram border amid the lockdown. Passes and IDs of people are being checked by the police.

The nationwide lockdown has been extended till May 31. (ANI)



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