Violators to get back seized vehicles in B’luru


Team Udayavani, Apr 30, 2020, 11:51 AM IST

Bengaluru: City Police Commissioner Bhaskar Roa on Thursday, April 30 said that the vehicles seized by the police from the lockdown violation will be returned back to the owners from Friday, May 1.

Bhaskar Rao informed that the confiscated vehicles would be returned to the rightful owners on the production of proper documents

“It’s decided to return the Corona seized vehicles from 1/5/20 onwards. Those seized first will be returned first. The documents will be verified and the vehicle returned. This has the approval of Hon Chief Minister and Home Minister. We are doing the paperwork to ease the process,” tweeted Bhaskar Rao.

The vehicles had been seized while enforcing strict guidelines, issued to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, in the city.

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