Delhi Metro bans making of videos and photography inside train, releases new notification
As social media users turn Delhi metro into a spot for making videos, Instagram reels and photography with each passing day, the DMRC released a strict guideline to control the activity on Tuesday. They have released a new notification, under which it has stated that making videography, dancing videos, photography, and any such activity inside the train that can cause trouble to other passengers is completely prohibited.
While confirming the news, the management also shared a post on Twitter, putting a sarcastic caption in Hindi that reads be the passengers inside the train not a problem to others.
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Take a look at the Delhi Metro post on making videography
Ever since the post was shared on the internet, it gained a lot of likes and reshares in no time. The decision also left the social media users split. While some are supporting the new rule, on the other hand, some are criticizing the ban. One of the users wrote that first of all, the train management should focus on arranging the seats for the young people as a large crowd always travels while standing and never get seats. We also pay full money for the ticket in the metro, so why don’t we get a seat? User asked. Another one appreciated the new rule and said that it needs to apply with full force as internet influencers think that they own the whole train and makes videos as if nobody is watching them. While the third user asked the DMRC to stop making such useless rules.
Earlier this month, an incident was reported, where a social media influencer was caught making dance reels when the whole train was full of a crowd. When people objected, she started arguing with them. Later, the scene became heated and turned into a fight.
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