Telangana: How to apply for e-pass during lockdown

Telangana Director General of Police M Mahendra Reddy has asked citizens to obtain e-passes for all inter-district and inter-state travel during the lockdown period.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  12 May 2021 7:35 AM GMT
Telangana: How to apply for e-pass during lockdown

Hyderabad: Telangana Director General of Police M Mahendra Reddy has asked citizens to obtain e-passes for all inter-district and inter-state travel during the lockdown period.

The passes can be obtained between 10 am to 6 am on any day.

This pass is required to be produced while entering the state.

Here is a step-by-step procedure on how to register for an e-pass/travel permit to Telangana.

Go to https://policeportal.tspolice.gov.in/ website and please click on registration for E-pass (emergency pass). Select District or Commissionerate where you are residing.




The user/applicant must register his/her details (name, address, identity proof- driving license, Aadhar card, purpose, number of people, and applicant's picture).


The user must mention the travel details- one way or two ways and the reason for travel, including the type of transportation.




After getting the acknowledgment number, go back to the home page and click on 'Citizen Print Pass'. Enter the reference number, you will get the pass.

Lockdown exemptions

Lockdown does not apply to agricultural activities including agricultural production, allied sectors, agricultural machinery work, management of rice mills, related transport, sending of grain to FCI, fertilizer, seed shops, and seed manufacturing factories.

The Cabinet has decided to continue the procurement of grain as usual keeping in view the interests of the farmers of the state.

Pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturing companies, medical distributors, medical shops, all types of medical services, government and private clinics, their employees and staff and vehicles are allowed with a special pass.

Drinking water supply and sanitation management in rural and urban areas will continue as usual. Also, power generation and distribution systems and their ancillary activities can operate as usual.

Transportation on national highways will continue as usual while petrol and diesel pumps on national highways can operate. It was also decided to set up check-posts at the state borders.

Exemption also granted for cold storage and warehousing activities and print and electronic media

Meanwhile, government offices will operate with 33 per cent of their staff. Banks and ATMs will continue to operate.

A maximum of 40 people are allowed for weddings with all prior approvals and a maximum of 20 people are allowed at funerals.

Metro and RTC public transport will be available from 6 a.m to 10 a.m. Ration shops can stay open during the period. Cooking gas filling stations will continue as usual.

The Cabinet has decided to shut down cinema halls, clubs, gyms, swimming pools, amusement parks, and sports stadiums. It directed the Director General of police to take steps to ensure that the above exemptions are fully complied.


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