Capital police collected lakhs from thousands of traffic and Covid behaviors violators

ITANAGAR, JULY 11 : The Capital under the active guidance of IGP (Law & Order) Chukhu Apa has started with challaning the violators of Covid 19 appropriate behaviors under disaster management Act have ;launched intensive checking in and around capital complex and has realized lakhs of fine from the violators.

Capital police collected lakhs from thousands of traffic and Covid behaviors violators

Capital SP Jimmy Chiram informs that the major traffic awareness and drive against the people violating the Covid appropriate behaviors and MV Act which has been launched in the capital complex has been successful to create awareness of thousands of local drivers/vehicle owners and denizens as a whole.

The covid pandemic is not yet over and we are passing through it and the best way to get unaffected is to maintain Covid appropriate behaviors as per the health experts and health department. He said The MV Act has also been violated and it was necessary in view of the rising trend of the Covid positive cases in the capital region. A total of 10 teams were constituents and had been stationed in various parts of the capital complex including on NH-415 and check nakas a part of the check gate. He said.

Several team leaders has been supervising the traffic activities and vehicle checking and imposing fines to the violators of Covid appropriate behaviors, MV Acts in capital region under the supervision of SDPO Itanagar Kamdam Sikom, SDPO Naharlagun Dekio Gumja, Dy SP Traffic P Nobin Jomoh

On Saturday July 10 itself the Capital police realized around four lakh forty thousand out of which Rs. 1.93.680 from 666 violators for Covid appropriate behaviors while Rs. 2.45.900 from 592 violators of various MV Act and the same is on Sunday July 11. This amount could not have been relished if the denizens obey the rule and regulation properly and adhere to the Covid appropriate behaviors and obey traffic rules to make the capital city a better place to live. We need to develop civic sense and need to guide others and we are living in the state capital which is the mirror of the state and we have to start from a humble beginning so that others can follow. He said.

Chiram further appeals to all sections of society to extend help and support the movement in fight against the Covid pandemic and also the drug menace which is also affecting the precious life of youths.

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