Bengaluru: As per the lockdown relaxation guidelines, the inter-district travel will be only allowed to vehicles who produce authorised e-pass.

According to the government orders, e-passes will be issued to stranded students, migrant labourers, and tourists. These passes will be applicable for one-time travel and will not be provided for the return journey.

Those who wish to avail these passes can obtain them by filing an application at the nearest tahsildar's office and by supplying all the necessary documents.

Passes for the inter-district travel will be issued for emergency medical reasons, employees of medical production units and to the employees of defence production units. A medical certificate, letter from the company, and an identity card of the specific company should be submitted to procure the passes.

The online applications will be verified by the tahsildar and the assistant deputy commissioner will issue passes for the same. 

The Karnataka Police department on Monday (May 4) informed that people who need to travel to other districts within the state on emergency or important work need to obtain an e-pass by filling a form on the website 

The state government on Sunday announced partial relaxation of lockdown from May 4 in non-containment zones, with shops selling essential items being allowed to remain open from 7 am to 7 pm, and wine shops from 9 am to 7 pm in all zones.