© Copyright Fifth Gear Ventures Ltd 2020. Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter Sales Crosses 1000 Units: Here Are All The Details! All rights reserved. To start receiving timely alerts, as shown below click on the Green “lock” icon next to the address bar. 16291 vehicles were seized on 29 June for violating the rules of phase-wise unlocking. Now, the Mumbai Police has announced via its Twitter handle that on the first day of the new lockdown regime, June 29, the department seized 16,291 vehicles for violating the rules of phase-wise unlocking. With the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the city, the Mumbai police recently issued new lockdown guidelines that prohibit residents from travelling outside a 2 km radius from their homes. Here click on the “Privacy & Security” options listed on the left hand side of the page. The night curfew still stands in place and no movement is allowed except for essential activities between 9 pm and 5 am. This was double the number of vehicles seized a day earlier on Sunday. Mumbai: In an unprecedented move, the Mumbai Police have seized at least 16,000 vehicles in the city on Monday for violating travel restrictions amid the lockdown. The fear of having impounded vehicles stolen and the lack of space to store all the vehicles, being the major factors for return. The Mumbai Police have started a long process of returning all vehicles seized during the lockdown, which was implemented since the start of the month. The Mumbai Police have begun the gradual process of returning the 34,000 seized vehicles back to respective owners. Vehicle owners will also have to pay a fine, if the police have issued a challan as well. ", As the city reopens in phases under the guidelines of the State Government, it has been observed that many are violating the norms. However, with an increasing number of seized vehicles, police had to use other open spaces to store the vehicles. To Start receiving timely alerts please follow the below steps: Do you want to clear all the notifications from your inbox? 66,316, Mahindra First Choice Services To Become A Subsidiary Of TVS Automobile Solutions, 38-Year-Old Ferrari Converted In To A Powerful Electric Vehicle, Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran To Ride The Jawa Forty Two In His Next Movie 'Cold Case', MG Motor India And Tata Power Set Up Agra's First Superfast EV Charger, Hyundai Micro SUV, Codenamed AX1, Spotted Again In Korea, 2020 Toyota Innova Crysta Facelift: All You Need To Know, Maserati To Electrify Entire Line-Up In Next 5 Years: CEO, F1: Watch Bahrain's Hyperfast Outer Circuit, F1: Ross Brawn Believes Mick Schumacher Will Shine In 2021, British Morris J-type Van Re-Imagined As The Morris JE Electric, Aprilia SXR 160 Production Begins In India Ahead Of Launch, GMC Hummer EV To Come With Autonomous Technology, 2021 Ducati Diavel 1260 Lamborghini Revealed, Mahindra Thar Likely To Get Front Facing Rear Seats As Standard, New-Gen Mahindra Thar Booked Until May 2021, Says Dr. Pawan Goenka, Coronavirus Lockdown: Mumbai Police Seizes Over 16000 Vehicles For Violating Road Travel Guidelines, India's First Mobile Lab For Coronavirus Testing Launched, On June 29, the Mumbai Police impounded 16,291 vehicles, Vehicles plying beyond 2 km radius without valid reason will be impounded, All outdoor movements should be restricted for essential activities. Apart from the squads, other patrolling officers would also keep an eye on the seized vehicles. Further special squads were formed at these open storage spaces to guard the impounded vehicles. Mumbai Traffic Updates: Mumbai Police Seizes Over 6,000 Vehicles In 48 Hours For Violating Lockdown Norms. Mumbai police recently announced that motorists are prohibited to travel more than 2 kilometres from their homes. Scroll down the page to the “Permission” section . Note: All images used are for representational purposes only. Do not travel unnecessarily without any valid reason (emergency/essentials) or for any non-permitted activity & #BeatTheVirus pic.twitter.com/EMIVngbj1N, Reiterating the seriousness of the issue, the Mumbai Police, in its latest tweet said, "We request citizens to cooperate by adhering to the guidelines. In case the charges are filed under IPC Section 188, then the owner will have to make an application in court for ‘return of property', which once approved can be showcased at the police station to claim their vehicle back. Ducati Diavel 1260 Lamborghini Edition Unveiled: Limited To Just 630 Units For The World, F&O Data Suggests Long Unwinding By FIIs May Lead To Fall In Markets, Arjun Rampal Celebrates His Birthday With His Favourite People; Says 'Age Is Just A Number', I have been illegally detained yet again, daughter too: Mehbooba Mufti, Redmi Note 9 5G, Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G, Redmi Note 9 4G Officially Announced: All You Need To Know, Diego Maradona dies: Argentina and Napoli legend laid to rest in private ceremony.