Extensive policing across all major flyovers in Lucknow; motorcyclists singled out specifically

The personnel involved, checked for masks, pollution certificates and other official documents, which are required to be carried by all.

Most of the citizens who were out on the streets in Lucknow on Tuesday with their cars and bikes, faced a halt in their journey at major flyovers/bridges. The concerned authorities had deployed police forces at strategic locations and drivers and riders in motion, were all stopped for random checking.

The personnel involved, checked for masks, pollution certificates and other official documents, which are required to be carried by all. This venture specifically witnessed motorcyclists being singled out and the ones without helmets, were further tackled in stringent manners,


Action against law violators

Although there has not been any specific reason for such an action, it is not clearly stated whether the police personnel will be carrying out this way of policing even today or in the coming days. So citizens are advised to carry their papers and other required items which would give them a green signal when stopped at checking points. Items should include driving/riding license, masks, pollution papers, sanitizers, insurance certificate and so on.

A rider who was stopped at the Gomti Nagar Marine Drive flyover, stated, "I have been stopped twice by now- earlier at the another flyover and later at the MD flyover. The cops are checking all the documents thoroughly and are also tackling the residents who are not wearing masks, in a strict way. It's good to see that the police forces are implementing all the directives, be it the traffic rules or the Covid protocols, in an effective manner."

Contributed by Siddharth

From Your Site Articles

Night Curfew set in motion in Jaipur & 12 other districts of Rajasthan, till December 31

The state administration has also brought down the cost of COVID-19 RT-PCR test from ₹1200 to ₹800.

The number of coronavirus cases in Rajasthan has been increasing at an alarming rate with a tally of 2,70,410 confirmed cases, 27,974 active cases and 2,40,105 recoveries. In order to curtail the number of cases in the state, the authorities have imposed night curfew in 13 districts, including the state's capital city, till December 31. The administration has also brought down the cost of COVID-19 RT-PCR test from ₹1200 to ₹800, so that the citizens can get tested at an affordable price.

Keep reading... Show less

Rural schools in Goa report a high attendance rate as physical classes resume after 8 months

Urban managements opt for a blend of offline-online streamline module to continue classes for schools students.

With the permission of the state, all schools and educational institutions in Goa resumed physical classes for class X and XII, November 21 onwards and the strength of the institutions in rural Goa, witnessed a major improvement in just a week's time. This rapidly normalizing attendance rate in the rural schools have been largely pegged to the lack of digital infrastructure, that were creating problems for the pupils to stream online classes on a regular basis. By consequence, several village schools in the state have taken a decision to discontinue offline classes, embracing classroom-teaching for the sessions of classes X and XII.

Keep reading... Show less

Mumbai Airport soon set to assign a task force for the management of coronavirus vaccine

Reportedly, the airport is equipped with Asia's largest temperature-controlled export pharmaceutical excellence centre.

Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is all set to assign a task force for the advance planning and collaboration between the airport and stakeholders, pertaining to the management of the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine. This would include airline customers, supply chain partners, regulatory and governmental bodies and vaccine distributors. Further, the airport has set aside a temperature-controlled centre with an annual handling capacity of 350,000 tonnes.

Keep reading... Show less

Say hi to 'Ruby Robo' at Jaipur's The Yellow House; the 1st Robot Restaurant in North India!

So finally, it is time to bid farewell to all your pandemic-fueled fears and worries about increased human contact in eateries.

If you are someone who misses eating out in restaurants and are anxious over the increased human contact amid the coronavirus pandemic, then Jaipur's The Yellow House is just the place for you! T.Y.H is the first 'robot restaurant' in North India where you can experience the touch of automation, with robotic waiters! Dine-in here and amuse yourself with the precision of their unique and professional wait staff.

Keep reading... Show less

COVID-19 RT-PCR test price reduced to ₹700 in Lucknow & other UP districts

UP Additional Chief Secretary stated that the rates have been revised in public interest, in the wake of the increased demand.

In view of the heightened cases of the coronavirus and consequent increase in the demand of testing capacities, the Uttar Pradesh government has slashed down the rate of COVID-19 RT-PCR test across the state. As per the directives of the state administration, the rate of getting tested at private labs in Uttar Pradesh has been reduced from ₹1,600 to ₹700, which is among the lowest in the country. The labs have been allowed to charge ₹900 per RT-PCR test, if they collect the sample from the patient's home and these prices are inclusive of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Keep reading... Show less

Subscribe to our newsletter

Newsletter

Most Read

Headlines

Lucknow

Kanpur

Trending

Jaipur

Indore

Goa

Mumbai