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Dimapur police nets INR 1.4 lakh fine from traffic violators

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By EMN Updated: May 11, 2020 9:44 pm

Govt. registered vehicles requested to commute only for official purpose

Dimapur, May 11 (EMN): On the first day of “odd-even number exercise” to regulate the traffic, the Dimapur police penalised 746 vehicles and collected an amount of INR 1,41,050 from the defaulters.

This was informed by DPRO Dimapur through a press release on Monday. It stated the commissioner of police Dimapur, Rothihu Tetseo, informed that the first day with regard to new traffic regulation was successful with several constructive criticisms as well as positive suggestions and re-iterated that police would try their best to implement the system in order to ease traffic congestion in Dimapur.

“Tetseo appreciated the public for their cooperation and understanding the rule of law and further appealed to render their continued support to the law enforcing agencies,” the update stated. ‘Regretting that some government vehicles were moving without essential duties, Commissioner Police Dimapur specially appealed to the government servants to follow the system and not to come out when not on duty,’ it added.

In a separate statement from the office of Dimapur police commissioner, the city Police lauded the public for successfully enforcing the odd-event vehicle rule on the first day in the district. It also welcomed “constructive criticism through which efforts will be made for more improvement in this new system of vehicular enforcement” and at the same time requested the government employees with attached government registered vehicles to commute only for official purpose.

Three persons caught violating lockdown

According to the law and order report across Nagaland issued by State Emergency Operation Centre Control room Covid-19, three persons were caught violating the lockdown process and curfew orders on May 10.

The report stated that shops for food grains and groceries, milk and medicine were opened in all the districts except Mokokchung, Longleng and Wokha. There was no restriction on movement of essential service providers like electricity, telecom facilities, medical facilities etc. and personnel and workers in manufacturing units and commercial vehicles for distribution of essential commodities and e-commerce, it added.

“Suitable arrangements have been made for providing food and shelter to migrant workers affected by the Covid-19 restrictions. 4 (four) active relief camps where 61 (Sixty one) migrant labourers are housed and from 4 (four) food camps more than 501 (Five hundred and one) daily wagers/needy migrant workers are provided with food and dry rations,” stated the report from Home Commissioner Abhijit Sinha.

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By EMN Updated: May 11, 2020 9:44:27 pm
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