And according to reports, this clampdown has led to the state police seizing over 5.35 lakh vehicles. To enable wide dissemination of news that is in public interest, we have increased the number of articles that can be read free, and extended free trial periods. At this difficult time, it becomes even more important that we have access to information that has a bearing on our health and well-being, our lives, and livelihoods. 3. More than 400 vehicles of persons flouting the lockdown have been seized in Tiruvallur, Chengalpattu and Kancheepuram districts from Friday morning. Chennai Lockdown: All you need to know on e-passes, travel restrictions The police have warned that those who violate the lockdown will be booked under CrPc 144 and their vehicles will be seized. Essentials must be bought from shops within a 2 km radius of residence. 32-minute documentary narrates, Punctuality of trains operating in Kerala touches 100%, Crossword blog #187 | You don’t need a coach to get to your destination, but it helps, Burglar mortgages stolen gold to secure loan in Odisha, The risks and opportunities of the presidential transition process in the U.S. | The Hindu In Focus podcast, Researchers use AI to create the Milky Way’s family tree, Donald Trump says he will leave the White House if Electoral College votes for Joe Biden, Coronavirus | First ‘wave’ of COVID-19 vaccination to cover 30 crore Indians, Do not have a straw and sipper to give Stan Swamy, NIA tells court, Chennai’s cyclone Nivar, captured in photographs, Narendra Modi pitches for ‘One Nation, One Election’, AstraZeneca manufacturing error clouds vaccine study results, Moment of reckoning: On Congress leadership, Maradona, one of football's immortals, leaves Earth. However, lockdowns are not the only means the state’s authorities have adopted to ensure compliance with the rules — the Tamil Nadu police has also been dealing strictly with lockdown violators, issuing fines for those who fail to comply with the relevant rules. Sarraf explains to ET Now, Bombay High court pronounces Kangana Ranaut's demolition case verdict, Scientists develop new gene therapy for eye disease, IITans unlikely to get crore-plus packages this year, Kolkata Derby: ISL gets taste of 100-year-old rivalry, India to produce 100 million doses of Sputnik V, Covaxin's Phase-3 trails commences in Ahmedabad hospital, COVID-19 in India: Details about latest travel restrictions, RE Classic 350 in India is now available in 2 new colours, Nissan Magnite vs Tata Nexon: Specs, features, etc. The checking is monitored by the Deputy Superintendents of Police (DSP),” said a senior police officer. 1. Your support for our journalism is invaluable. Vehicles plying during lockdown will be seized, say Bengaluru police Karnataka CM blasts officials over high cost of renting beds at Covid centres Neeti … The Government of Tamil Nadu has announced that the Greater Chennai Police Department has seized 7,413 vehicles within 24 hours of the 15 June lockdown being announced. “A total of 93 two-wheeler patrols and 32 four-wheeler patrol vehicles are keeping a close watch to ensure that no one, other than those rendering essential services, ventures out unnecessarily,” added the police officer. The traffic police have said that all vehicles seized for violating prohibitory orders, will be released only after the lockdown is lifted. Over 400 vehicles seized in Chennai’s neighbouring districts as police implement strict lockdown, Subscribe to Morning Filter & Evening Wrap newsletter, Watch | Cyclone Nivar: scenes from across Tamil Nadu, Coronavirus | Tamil Nadu’s dilemma — To reopen schools or not, Protesters enter field during India-Australia ODI at SCG, Wait-listed SC medical aspirant takes up job in catering service in Pollachi, 2 staff suspended after video of dog licking blood from girl’s body at U.P. You have reached your limit for free articles this month. Apart from this, the police have set up 61 check posts within the districts to monitor the movement of people. In fact, between 22 June, 2020 to 23 June, 2020 alone, the Tamil Nadu police seized 7,400 vehicles for violating the lockdown rules in effect across select regions in the state.

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