NELLORE/CHITTOOR: Henceforth, folks travelling to Tamil Nadu from Andhra Pradesh should receive an e-pass from the federal government of the neighbouring state. As the TN authorities has issued a GO, bringing again some restrictions for inter-state travellers, RTC regional supervisor (Nellore) PV Seshaiah has urged the passengers to register themselves on https://eregister.tnega.org earlier than leaving for Tamil Nadu.
“The Tamil Nadu government has made e-passes mandatory for those entering the state from Kerala, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh. Those applying for e-passes from the website will receive a confirmation message on their phones that will allow them to enter Tamil Nadu,” stated Seshaiah.
How the brand new GO will have an effect on folks residing in border villages of Tada and Sullurpeta in Nellore, as a big inhabitants is from Tamil Nadu, is but to be seen. Traders and farmers in border mandals equivalent to Palamaner, V Kota and Brahmasamudram continuously go to the Koyambedu market in Chennai and people from Mukalacheruvu, Nagari, Madanapalle, BN Kandriga, Varadaiahpalem, Nagalapuram and Satyavedu go to numerous components of TN in state-run buses.
People from these areas purchase necessities and greens from Tamil Nadu, and produce them to Chittoor for buying and selling. The Cuddalore freeway, which passes by Chittoor and Vellore, is taken into account important as individuals who want medical emergency are rushed Christian Medical College in Vellore. The Gudiyattam and Vellore roads are additionally continuously utilized by the agricultural residents on either side of the border.