A Curfew Pass is a document issued by the federal government authority such as police or military for public officials or civilians to travel within an area under an imposed curfew by the said authority. Police have also done similar announcement to issue curfew passes.

How to collect a Curfew Pass Physically?

The organizations have to get curfew passes from the office of the DCP. At present, people dealing in essential goods and services can go to work by using their official identity cards. However, private organizations have to collect curfew passes from the nearest DCP office. It will be necessary for an employee, traveling to the office, to carry a curfew pass.

How to get online Curfew Pass?

With the national lockdown extended, it is no possible for people to visit the DCP office or police station to obtain the curfew passes. To solve this problem, state governments across India have started issuing e-curfew passes to people who are involved in delivering essential goods and services. To obtain curfew e-pass, people can follow the simple steps provided below:

Step Details 
1 Scroll down to find the website for your state which issues e-curfew pass.
2 On the website find the option for ‘apply e-pass’.
3 You will be presented with a basic form asking for your details.
4 Upload the supporting documents, if any, and submit your application
5 Once authority approves your pass, it will be sent to you via email / WhatsApp / other electronic means.
6 Take a print-out of the e-pass and carry it with you while going out

State-wise List of Websites to Get Curfew e-Pass

State Name Website Name with Link
Andhra Pradesh https://gramawardsachivalayam.ap.gov.in/CVPASSAPP/CV/CVOrganizationRegistration
Assam http://103.8.249.88/applyonline/index.php/gatepasscontrol/applycaronline
Bihar https://serviceonline.bihar.gov.in/login.do?
Chandigarh http://admser.chd.nic.in/dpc/Default.aspx
Chhattisgarh https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.allsoft.corona
Delhi https://epass.jantasamvad.org/epass/relief/english/
Goa https://goaonline.gov.in/Public/UserRegistration_af
Gujarat https://www.digitalgujarat.gov.in/Citizen/CitizenService.aspx
Haryana https://covidssharyana.in
Himachal Pradesh http://covidepass.hp.gov.in/apply-for-e-pass/
Jammu and Kashmir https://jammu.nic.in/covid19/
Jharkhand https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pragyaam.grid.mobile&hl=en_IN
Karnataka https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mygate.express&hl=en
Kerala https://pass.bsafe.kerala.gov.in
Kolkata https://coronapass.kolkatapolice.org
Madhya Pradesh https://mapit.gov.in/covid-19/
Maharashtra https://covid19.mhpolice.in
Manipur https://tengbang.in/StrandedForm.aspx
Meghalaya https://megedistrict.gov.in/login.do?
Odisha http://epass.ocac.in
Pondicherry https://covid19.py.gov.in
Punjab https://epasscovid19.pais.net.in
Rajasthan https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.datainfosys.rajasthanpolice.publicapp
Uttar Pradesh http://164.100.68.164/upepass2/
Uttarakhand https://policecitizenportal.uk.gov.in/e_pass/Home/Index
Tamil Nadu https://serviceonline.gov.in/tamilnadu/login.do?
Telangana https://covid19.telangana.gov.in

Difference between Section 144 and Curfew

Section 144 and curfew are not one thing. Curfew is imposed in very poor condition. In that case people are instructed to stay inside their homes for a particular time or period. Market, school, college are ordered to be closed. Only essential services are allowed to continue. Traffic is also completely banned during this period. On the other hand, 144 restricts certain movements and shut down particular services.

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