Lockdown violators shifted to isolation centres in Telangana | Sidnaz Blog

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HYDERABAD: A cat and mouse game is played out on the roads between lockdown violators and cops in northern Telangana districts. With all their efforts proving to be futile, cops are now shifting the violators to isolation centres after conducting a Covid-19 test.
Those who test negative are counselled by police against coming out on the roads. Their family members are also being counselled against any violations. Adilabad and Nirmal police have designated special vehicles to transport violators to the isolation centres.
The violators’ vehicles are seized and cases under the Epidemic Diseases Act are booked against them. In-charge SP of Adilabad district M Rajesh said the vehicles will be returned only after the lockdown is lifted. Police booked 177 persons for not wearing mask on Saturday, 52 for violating the lockdown guidelines and 590 motorists for moving out in colonies.
At Ramagundam in Mancherial district, violators were sent to non-Covid isolation centres so that they do not move out on the roads. Nirmal district SP Ch Praveen Kumar, who supervised implementation of the lockdown, said violators were being dealt with strictly. At Shivaji Chowk in Nirmal town, the violators were made to undergo a Covid test and sent to an isolation centre if they tested positive.

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