Calling owners of seized vehicles

Calling owners of seized vehicles

February 28, 2022

Mysore/Mysuru: Sixty three vehicles which are seized by Siddarthanagar Traffic Police for not having valid insurance and involved in accidents are stationed in the Police Station even after 90 days as the owners have not claimed the vehicles.

The seized vehicles include, two-wheelers, four-wheelers, passenger autorickshaws, goods autos and goods vehicles.

The Police have asked the owners of these seized vehicles to submit application to the Court and take their vehicles after submitting relevant documents to the concerned Police officials failing which the vehicles will be disposed as per legal procedures, according to a press release.


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