He didn’t even get an SMS,” says another citizen. The Hindu has always stood for journalism that is in the public interest. Only went out to get a McDonald's and gets stopped for an old school traffic matter - defective brake light. Sami (Ph:9xx04698xx) is a very hardworking boy and he supplies water bottles at doorstep, his bike bearing number: AP 13 AB 6188 was seized in the morning today at Rythu Bazaar, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad.” “My brother went to the ATM to withdraw money at 1 p.m. and his vehicle was seized. Many others don’t know where their vehicles are parked,” said Mr. Nabi. People whose vehicles were seized during the lockdown will have to wait until May 3 to get them back after Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday extended the lockdown until May 3. “We are planning to make a representation to the three commissionerates to release the vehicles without any penalty. You have reached your limit for free articles this month. TN police to release vehicles seized during lockdown Chennai, April 17 (IANS) Tamil Nadu police have decided to release the vehicles seized from riders for violating the lockdown … Lockdown violation: Pay security deposit of Rs 1000-5000 to get back seized vehicles State Police Chief Loknath Behera also recommended to temporarily release the vehicles seized amid lockdown. “The penal amount has not yet been decided. Police said they will release the vehicle only after the end of lockdown,” said Syed Nabi, a resident of Kishenbagh. And despite not having a receipt I know where to recover my vehicle. It has helped us keep apace with events and happenings. At the dozens of checkposts set up by the police to enforce lockdown, the most prominent banner is that of ‘seized vehicles’. To complicate the picture, police officials are not issuing receipts or sending out SMSes to the owners of seized vehicles. Officers later seized the vehicle and reported the driver. His vehicle was seized while he was going for a round of food distribution on April 21. Owners can get back their vehicle from the court only after the lockdown. Subscribe to The Hindu now and get unlimited access. HC orders release of vehicles seized during lockdown . As per plans, the seized vehicles will be released only after April 14 when the lockdown is supposed to end. It’s a support for truth and fairness in journalism. The traffic police have said that all vehicles seized for violating prohibitory orders, will be released only after the lockdown is lifted. “I visited the Bahadurpura PS today to reclaim my vehicle. Lockdown: Wike Orders Auction Of Seized Vehicles by BleedingPen: 6:05pm On May 07 GOVERNMENT SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Rivers State Government hereby warns residents of Ward 20, Amadi-Ama in Port Harcourt Local Government Area and Mgbuosimini, Rumueme in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area to desist from flouting government directives on lockdown . Long arm of the law: Traffic police stopping motorists in the city on Wednesday. On April 22, the Hyderabad Traffic Police laid out the policy for seized vehicles: “Vehicles of 3km rule violators and #lockdown guidelines violators will be seized and produced before Hon'ble court after lockdown. It can be ₹500 or ₹100. govt. “The pleas for release of seized vehicles have been posted on social media as well: “Mr. "This is not an April Fool's prank. 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As the police have decided to enforce the lockdown even more sternly, more vehicles would be confiscated if vehicle owners step out without any reason, officials said, adding that these vehicles would be surrendered to the court. Since the lockdown was announced on March 25, Bengaluru police seized over 47,000 vehicles that were plying on roads in the city without passes or … The state High Court on Thursday approved the release of seized vehicles seized during the nationwide lockdown by the respective jurisdiction police, though the rules demand that the violators should file the application before the concerned magistrate’s court under the CrPC, as the cases were booked under the section 57 (1)(b) of the Disaster Management Act, 2005 and section 188 (disobeying prohibitory … Mumbai police have started to return 34,000 vehicles back to their respective owners, seized during lockdown. 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