Food delivery is allowed in the city without any frills, even during the Lockdown. But then, there have been instances of people breaking the Lockdown posing as delivery boys. Some people who previously worked as delivery boys were caught using their old T-shirts and ID cards to dupe the police. Some miscreants borrow the T-Shirts and ID cards of their friends who work in those companies.
As a result, police have been stopping the delivery boys every now and then to check their identity. But in the process, many delivery boys are being caught with pending challans on their vehicles. Almost all food delivery apps promise deliveries in a stipulated time. They will be reprimanded if the targets are not met. As a result, there have been pending challans of over-speeding, signal jumping, and cellphone driving on Delivery boys.
The food aggregators never care about these challans, and the delivery agents who struggle to make money for their living keep them pending forever. But the challans are being found in these police checks. They have to clear the challans, and if they are not in a position to do that, the vehicles are being seized. No vehicle means no work, which is another problem.