Mangaluru: Police commissioner on rounds - Vehicles violating norms seized

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, May 7: The city police commissioner N Shashi Kumar, took rounds at Kulai check post on Friday May 7.

The district administration has brought into force stricter rules during the lockdown. Time given to procure essential goods has been cut off by an hour, which is now 6 am to 9 am and the weekend curfew will also be imposed from Friday night to Monday morning.

In this regard, the police are taking stringent action and seizing vehicles which are found to be moving about unnecessarily.

During the rounds conducted by the police commissioner, it was noticed that several two- wheelers and four-wheelers were moving unnecessarily without any genuine reason to justify their presence on the roads.

Some of the vehicles also were found to have been pasted with tags, which were found to be not genuine. The police warned them and took the tags out, and a few vehicles were also seized in the process.







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  • Anonymous, Kundapura

    Fri, May 07 2021

    Hi guys I have a question. If anyone has knowledge about this kindly help. My cousin sister is coming from dubai on Sunday. Her house is in kundapura And i stay in mangalore I need to drop her home as no one else is there. I heard we can travel showing the flight ticket. My question is i drop her kundapura and while coming will there be any issues for me while traveling back to mangalore Please help me to clear off my query Thank you.

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  • rahulraj, kadri

    Sat, May 08 2021

    while coming back to mangalore....carry the flight tickets of ur sister...that would be a advantage if police interogates u

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  • Cititzen, Udupi / DXB

    Sat, May 08 2021

    Dear, Better to take a copy of passport of your sister and her flight ticket as a proof that dropped her. This might help you to be safe and explain the officials on road if you are being stopped by any chance. You could also take a snapshot of boarding pass if you still feel unsafe / umhappy. Thank you :)

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  • Rx135, Mangaluru

    Sat, May 08 2021

    Please carry a copy of flight ticket during up and down journey. You can justify the reason if you have it. Do not extend your return journey from Kundapur to next day, travel on same day.

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  • Sandesh Kanchan, Mangalore

    Fri, May 07 2021

    If only these police waaalas had shown this kind of seriousness while checking for masks back in Jan/Feb/March !!!! Instead, they themselves were not wearing masks then and were busy checking vehicle papers from maskless drivers. Priorities!!!!!

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Fri, May 07 2021

    The vehicles which seized must keep with Police custody for 1 double fine. Then only people will understand. This is my opinion.

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    Fri, May 07 2021

    Good after noon sir . Well you are doing with interested a very good work , you can estimate your self that real what happening on road . Thanking to god that we have a VERY GOOD HEARTED COMMISSIONER . Thank you very much , Take care your self, Tk's & rgd's Baptist peter pereira

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  • Vicky Chopra, Goa/Damaskatte

    Fri, May 07 2021

    Police wont work for masses. Put army on road.

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  • Vicky Chopra, Goa/Damaskatte

    Fri, May 07 2021

    In Northern and Eastern states people beat police when in large. Send battalion to all states. They will manage and control all. No option left for the govt. Include more of people in army. Pandemic wont leave so easily. Remain many years.

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  • Guru, Mulki

    Fri, May 07 2021

    Then who will kill Islamic militants?

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