14-day lockdown: Violators’ vehicles seized in Mysuru

Prime News, Karnataka, Health, Disease, Lockdown, Mysuru, May 10:- With the 14-day lockdown coming into force from today (May 10), the police are going to be strict with violators and the vehicles moving around unnecessarily are being seized.

People are allowed to buy essential commodities from 6 am to 10 am. Despite the strict lockdown rules in place, people are rather taking them casually. Violators are being stopped and penalised. Many people, whose vehicles have been seized, are making their way to Devaraja Traffic Police Station to get their vehicles released.

In view of the spiralling coronavirus cases, the state government announced lockdown from April 27 to May 12. That the janata curfew has failed miserably, it was decided to go for another lockdown from May 10 to 24. (MR/HN/MN)

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