Delhi police on toes to keep people safe in their homes
Delhi police on toes to keep people safe in their homes
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Delhi police on toes to keep people safe in their homes
 

Delhi police on toes to keep people safe in their homes

New Delhi: In the wake of coronavirus, Delhi police have been on their toes ever since the lockdown was announced in the capital on Monday, they are leaving no stone unturned to check on people roaming outside without reason.

Delhi police on Monday also prosecuted more than 900 persons under various sections of IPC and Delhi Police Act for violating the Lockdown. Under the lockdown, no private vehicle can stroll on the streets, no person except those who provide essential services are allowed to take to the road in Delhi.

The employees of private organisations engaged in essential services in New Delhi district are also required to seek Curfew Passes from the police.

CitySpidey in a series of photos displays their valor. Without fearing for their lives, these men are out on roads to keep the public in their homes safely.

On Tuesday, a total of 77 people have been arrested and FIRs have been registered against them. 674 people have been detained and 66 vehicles seized for violating lockdown in West Delhi said officials from West Delhi police.

Separate lane at Noida Border to facilitate Emergency Services' Vehicles by East Delhi police.
Separate lane at Noida Border to facilitate Emergency Services' Vehicles by East Delhi police.
South East Delhi police out on the streets for their call for duty to protect.
South Delhi police barricades lanes to avoid vehicular movement
Extensive Border checking carried out by  Dwarka Police.