Who do not need an e-pass to travel during Delhi weekend curfew
-All private medical personnel such as doctors, nursing staff, paramedical, etc. and other hospital services (such as hospitals, diagnostic centres, clinics, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies and other medical & health services)
-Person coming from/going to Airports/Railway stations/ISBTs allowed to travel on production of valid ticket
All Judicial officers / officials of courts of Delhi on production of valid ID card
– Officers/officials related to functioning of offices of Diplomats of various countries as well as persons holding any constitutional post on production of valid ID card
-Electronic and Print Media employees on production of valid ID card
-On production of valid ID card: Officers / officials of Government of India, its Autonomous/Subordinate offices and Public Corporations and officers/officials of GNCT of Delhi/Autonomous Bodies/Corporations involved in emergency services such as Health and Family Welfare and all related establishments, Police, Prisons, Home Guards, Civil Defence, Fire and emergency services District Administration, Pay & Account Office, Electricity, Water and Sanitation, Public Transport (Air/Railways/Buses) including all incidental services/activities essential for smooth functioning of all modes of public transport (such as handling of cargo, ticketing, air freight station, CFS, ICD etc.).
-Disaster Management and related services, NIC, NCC and Municipal services, and all other essential services
-Inter-state and intra-state movement/transportation of essential/non-essential goods
-People who already have night curfew e-pass
Who can get the Delhi government e-pass
People working with:
-Grocery shops, meat, milk booths and others dealing with food
-Bank, insurance, ATMs
-Telecom, internet IT services
-Petrol pumps, LPG, CNG
-Power generation and others
-Cold storage, warehousing
-Manufacturing essential commodities
-Production units, services
Persons going for Covid-19 vaccination
What documents do you need for Delhi government e-pass during night curfew
You would need an ID proof from the company. This can be your company’s ID card. Along with ID proof you would need any other document like a visiting card or business license. You also require a working mobile number.
Here’s how to apply for e-pass in Delhi to travel during night curfew between 10 pm and 5 am:
Visit Delhi government website and click on ‘Apply for ePass’
Visit Delhi government website at ‘https://delhi.gov.in/’, scroll down and click on ‘Apply for ePass’ and select preferred language.
Fill in the form by providing details like name, mobile number and others
Ensure that you correctly fill in personal details like name, contact number, address and others.
Upload photo or scan copies of your ID card and document
Upload a photo of your ID proof along with another document which can be a visiting card or business license. The maximum file size is 4MB.
Tick the acknowledgement box and click submit
Check the form properly, tick the acknowledgement box and click summit.
You will get a ‘ePass Reference No.’ Save it and use it to check application status
After you have applied for the e-pass, you will get ePass Reference No. which can be used to check whether or not you have got the e-pass. The same can be checked on the Delhi government website.