"I have come here from Indirapuram, Ghaziabad. Some relaxations should be given now. People are now maintaining social distance and using sanitizers. Don't know why the border has been sealed now. I have come here myself to pick my son as we couldn't find any taxi on online apps. My son is coming from Ahmedabad," Joshi said.
When asked about the same, a taxi driver said, "Less percentage of drivers are left now at the airport. Most of them have gone back to their homes."
Another one added that the taxi union is in touch with the drivers to get them back.
All scheduled commercial passenger flights were suspended in India since March 25 after the Central government imposed a lockdown to contain COVID-19.
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