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Police seize 68 vehicles for night curfew violation in Mangaluru


Team Udayavani, Apr 12, 2021, 12:55 PM IST

Mangaluru: Mangaluru city police have seized 68 vehicles, 64 of them two-wheelers, for violating night curfew norms in place under the city corporation limits since Saturday.

The vehicles were seized on the first day of the night curfew, police sources said.

Police have set up 45 checkpoints at different spots in the city and are stopping vehicles plying after 10 PM.

City police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar and deputy commissioners of police Vinay A Gaonkar and Hariram Shankar visited different areas in the city to monitor the situation during the night.

Sources said the police are keeping a vigil on the functioning of bars, restaurants, and pubs to ensure that they are closed before the stipulated time.

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