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AIMIM MP appeals police to return money earned from vehicle owners in lockdown

Aurangabad, Jun 3 (UNI) Aurangabad AIMIM MP Imtiaz Jalil on Wednesday wrote a letter to Commissioner of Police Chiranjeev Prasad requesting that the money collected by police from vehicle owners during lockdown should be returned to the their owners as a helping hand.

In his letter to Mr Prasad, Mr Jaleel stated that the police department had recovered Rs 2,26,84,300 from the owners of two-wheelers and four-wheelers during the lockdown.

It was further mentioned in the letter that the government has implemented lockdown and curfew measures in Aurangabad district to control the corona virus.

The police department has done a great job during this period which is commendable.

During the lockdown, all trade, markets and industries were closed and the home conditions of all the citizens became very poor.

They have to depend on social institutions for their livelihood.
It has also made it extremely difficult for them to get financial help from anywhere. The time has come for the citizens to starve and the citizens are suffering.

Meanwhile, many citizens have complained that even during the relaxation of curfew period for purchasing essentials they have been penalized and issued them receipt,he added.
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Shiv Sainiks protest against hefty power bills

08 Jul 2020 | 3:52 AM

Palghar, Jul 7 (UNI) The Shiv Sainiks from Vasai town of the district on Tuesday carried out a unique agitation against the hefty power bills received for this month.

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08 Jul 2020 | 3:35 AM

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Rs 2 22 lakh collected as fine from violators of lockdown regulations in Navi Mumbai

08 Jul 2020 | 2:58 AM

Thane, Jul 7 (UNI) In a mega crackdown on violators of the lockdown regulations, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation has collected a fine of Rs 2.22 lakh in the last three days, an official of the NMMC said on Tuesday.

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Thane civic body forms committee to trace missing elderly corona patient from hospital

08 Jul 2020 | 2:20 AM

Thane, Jul 7 (UNI) After a big hue and cry by the opposition BJP and the citizens pressure group Thane Matadata Jagran Abhiyan over sudden disappearance of a 72-year-old corona patient from the new hospital, the civic administration has constituted a committee to probe into the entire episode, a senior official of the TMC said here on Tuesday.

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Police constable from Aurangabad arrested in bribery case

08 Jul 2020 | 1:22 AM

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Jul 7 (UNI) A police constable, attached with Osmanpura police station, was arrested on Tuesday by the Aurangabad unit of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) while allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 5,000 from a complainant.

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