New Delhi, 7 (UNI) Director General of CISF Rajesh Ranjan on Monday reviewed operational preparedness of Delhi Metro Rail which resumed its services on Monday after 169 days in wake of COVID19 pandemic. He also visited Delhi Metro Rail and took stock of the situation and arrangements made from CISF perspective to meet the challenge of COVID-19 pandemic.
CISF DG along-with senior officials of the force boarded train from Central Secretariat and travelled to Rajiv Chowk and then to Jor Bagh metro station and during his visit, he interacted with the CISF personnel and briefed them about the protocol to be followed and advised to maintain minimum close proximity interaction with passenger without compromising security procedures.
He also interacted with the commuters who appreciated the hassle free security arrangements made by CISF.
While on spot reviewing of the arrangements at stations, Mr Ranjan said that steps have been made to conduct contactless frisking, and appealed the passengers to carry bare minimum hand bag and metallic items so that baggage screening and frisking could be done speedily and crowd formation could be avoided at the checking point.
He also said that all necessary preventive measures have been adopted to safeguard the force personnel from COVID-19.