Update (March 31 6 pm): Navi Mumbai Police has disabled this link for passes: https://epassnmpolice.pce.ac.in. All pass requests are being taken via the Maharashtra Police DG's website: http://covid19.mhpolice.in Residents of Navi Mumbai have to get e-passes if they need to step out of their houses for essential movement (groceries, medicines, or medical reasons). They can apply for the pass here: https://epassnmpolice.pce.ac.in. Residents have to provide either their Aadhaar card, driver's licence, PAN card, or college ID at the time of application, and must carry the ID and phone used to book the e-pass. The pass is issued by ACP (Control Room). If residents are going to a chemist, doctor, hospital, vegetable/fruit seller or grocer close to their house/building, they don't need to apply for this pass, Senior Police Inspector Dinkar N. Mohite (Belapur Station) told MediaNama. "You need this pass if you have to go outside your area because at the borders of different areas, police blockades have been put up. You will need to show the pass there," Mohite told us. These passes cannot be used to travel outside Navi Mumbai, and such applications will be rejected. Applications can also be rejected to ensure that too many people are not outside at any given time. It is not clear if delivery personnel of e-commerce companies or local kirana stores need to get this pass. Mohite said that the pass is issued to an individual, but the company can also apply for their employees. It is not clear how companies…
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