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Eight traffic cops to be feted

The city traffic police on Thursday announced a total cash reward of `21,500 to eight traffic police sub-inspectors who have registered the highest number of violations at zero tolerance junctions in

Published: 10th March 2017 02:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th March 2017 07:17 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: The city traffic police on Thursday announced a total cash reward of `21,500 to eight traffic police sub-inspectors who have registered the highest number of violations at zero tolerance junctions in the city.
Munichennappa, who was in charge of KR and Cubbon Road Junction, booked 1,105 spot fines in the first week of March and will receive a cash award of `5,000.

Two officers Jayaram and Asi Shamanna, who booked 1,090 cases in Shivananda Junction in a week, will get `2,500 each. Boraiah and Nanjundaswamy, who were handling the enforcement in N R Junction caught 1,024 offenders. They also would receive `2,500 each as reward. At ISRO Junction, as many as 1,230 motorists were caught in a week and two officials Rangaswamy and Shankar will get Rs 2,500 each. Nijalingappa, who booked 962 cases at Trinity Junction in one week, will be rewarded with `1,500 cash.

Prize for crackdown on parking violators

Bengaluru Traffic Police will also give cash reward of `15,000 to officials who are booking cases against parking violators.
Officials say 8,951 cars and 7,457 bikes were towed away in the past two months.

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