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News Entry# 419845
Sep 29 (13:07) Govt finalising plan to let private sector staff travel by local trains (mumbaimirror.indiatimes.com)
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Considering the hardships being faced by people staying in extended suburbs and satellite townships, the state government is finalising the plan for allowing employees of private organisations to travel in local trains.At present, these employees travel on their own – using private vehicles or pool cars or the state transport and BEST buses.The state had allowed attendance up to 30 per cent in private offices earlier and since these employees were not allowed to travel in trains, they faced difficulties.The government had allowed its employees, hospital staff, bank and insurance employees to travel by trains.State relief and rehabilitation secretary Kishor Nimbalkar said that the government is now chalking out a way let these employees use local trains, but have asked private offices to have staggered timings.A government officer said, “Staggered office timings will ensure that there is lesser crowd in trains. Only then, we can allow private office staff to use...
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suburban trains.’’Earlier, the BJP MP from Mumbai North East Manoj Kotak had requested the union ministry of railways to start suburban trains for all with restrictions and regulations.Meanwhile, the state government is not planning to open the places of worship any time soon.Kishor Nimbalkar, the state’s secretary for relief and rehabilitation, has already filed an affidavit in the Bombay High Court explaining how the religious places can’t be opened soon. There is a strong demand from Hindu organisations to open the temples in Navratri that starts from October 17. Nimbalkar says that no religious places will be allowed to open now.The state is not very keen on opening theatres or gymnasiums either.
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