In a bid to strictly implement the nationwide lockdown within the state, the Uttar Pradesh police has registered over 2,800 FIRs, reserving shut to eight,650 folks for violating the prohibitory orders, a senior official mentioned.
Rs 1.44 crore has additionally been collected by the police after imposing challans or fines on 69,000 automobiles for violating lockdown guidelines, he mentioned.
“To strictly implement the lockdown in districts, police registered 2,802 FIRs in opposition to 8,650 violaters since Monday after the lockdown orders,” Further Chief Secretary, House, Awanish Awasthi instructed reporters on Thursday.
The FIRs had been lodged underneath IPC part 188 which offers with disobedience to an order duly promulgated by a public servant. He mentioned 2.86 lakh automobiles had been checked within the state throughout this era and challans had been imposed on 69,000 automobiles.
The police has additionally recovered Rs 1.44 crore as fantastic from them, he mentioned.