From May 12th to June 18th, 6,00,313 cases were registered across the state in the Corona Second Wave lockdown. Of these, 4,64,070 were curfew violation cases. In addition, police have registered 1,36,243 e-petty cases against violations like no masks, no physical distance, and public gatherings. In such cases, fines can be paid at your local service centers or police challan system.
A charge sheet will be filed in court against motorists whose cases have been registered under the National Disaster Management Act. Local court constables are monitoring the cases. Seized vehicles were handed over to motorists due to a lack of space for parking. However, the original documents were taken into custody. Authorities focused on closing cases as the lockdown ended.
Station house officers are acting on orders from superiors. Details of motorists' cases required to attend court are being collected. Permission is being sought from local court judges for this. Messages are being sent to motorists in cases registered at the respective police stations based on the dates given by the courts. They are directed to take the documents related to the vehicle and attend the court. The police will provide the seized documents after the investigation in the case is over.