Violations of state border restrictions; Police confiscate 3 vehicles


Team Udayavani, Mar 30, 2020, 10:14 AM IST

Bantwal: Three vehicles have been confiscated by police at Satadka in the taluk for alleged violation of travel restrictions at the border.

Vitla police have undertaken the operation and the vehicles which were entering Dakshina Kannada from Chekkutti through a pedestrian pathway within Punacha gram Panchayat were confiscated.

The confiscated vehicles are two bikes and a car.

A case has been registered at Vitla Police station.

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