Weekend curfew guidelines violation: 26 two-wheelers, one car seized
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Weekend curfew guidelines violation: 26 two-wheelers, one car seized

August 16, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: The Mysuru City Traffic Police, who conducted a special drive on unnecessary movement of vehicles during weekend curfew on Aug. 15, have seized a total of 26 vehicles for violating COVID-19 weekend curfew rules.

During the special drive 26 two-wheelers and one car has been seized to initiate legal action.

City Police Commissioner Dr. Chandragupta has, in a press release, urged the public to follow all COVID-19 guidelines which has been implemented to prevent the spread of Coronavirus and has requested the people to co-operate with the Police.


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