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Udupi: No police inspection at district’s borders in daytime


Team Udayavani, May 27, 2020, 3:07 PM IST

Padubidri: Police inspections at Udupi district’s border checkposts will only be conducted during the night and there will be no inspections in daytime, informed Kaup Circle Inspector Mahesh Prasad.

Prasad added that these changes have been made in Shirur, Hosangadi and Hejamadi border checkposts in the district. However, the check post at Hejamadi towards Dakshina Kannada district has been exempted and will inspect all vehicles.

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