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These 5 changes are coming into effect from 1 February, from the movement to the cash withdrawal

New Rules from 1st February: Some new rules or changes apply in the country from the first of every month. From 1 February 2021, some new changes are coming into force. It is going to affect the arrival of citizens and cash transactions. These changes are related to the implementation of new COVID guidelines, train travel, cash withdrawal etc. Let’s take a look at these….

New Corona Guidelines

The Union Home Ministry has allowed cinema halls and theatres to continue to operate with greater capacity under the new guidelines related to COVID-19. At the same time, the swimming pool has also been approved to open for everyone. These new guidelines will be applicable from February 1. Social, religious, sports, entertainment, educational, cultural, religious programs have already been allowed to be held in the hall with a maximum capacity of 50 per cent. Now up to 200 people will be allowed in closed places.

Mumbai Local for All

The services of local trains called Mumbai’s Lifeline will start from February 1 for all common people. The Maharashtra government has given approval for the resumption of suburban train services for the common people. However, passengers will be able to travel within the prescribed time slot. According to the instructions given by the Government of Maharashtra by writing a letter to the Railways, the journey for the common people from the start of the first local to 7 am and then from 12 noon to 4 pm and from 9 pm till the last local service runs. Will be approved. From 7 am to 12 noon and from 4 pm to 9 pm, only employees connected with essential services will be allowed to travel in the local train. Read this in detail ..

From February 1, common people will be able to travel in Mumbai local, can travel in the scheduled time slot

IRCTC E-Catering

There is great news for railway passengers. Indian Railways has decided to restart IRCTC’s e-catering service on trains. This service will start from 1 February. However, e-catering service will start at select railway stations only. In March last year, Indian Railways had completely stopped the service of e-catering to prevent infection of COVID-19.


From 1 February 2021, PNB customers will not be able to transact from non-EMV ATMs. This restriction will apply to both financial and non-financial transactions. That is, Punjab National Bank customers will not be able to withdraw cash or go to non-EMV ATMs and do non-financial transactions like balance checks. Read more about this…

PNB Customer Alert! We will not be able to withdraw money from these ATMs from February 1

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