As the city announced for a two days Janta Curfew in Nagpur, we see a good response to the same. However, people were seen on the roads violating the rules set by the civic body in Nagpur. This led the police to carry out the massive crackdown on violators on the first day of Janata Curfew, claims the reports of The Hitavada Cityline. As per reports, the Nagpur Police were seen finding around 262 vehicles or drivers for the violation of the rules.
The Police teams were seen patrolling in different places of the city and kept a keen eye on people moving on the deserted roads and areas in the city. As per reports Dr Bhushankumar Upadhyay the Commissioner of Police (CP) of Nagpur was also there on the street to check the arrangements done by the police in the city. He was there to give a stern message to the violators. On the other hand, the Janta curfew received a good response on the first day from citizens.
The owners of the shops and other commercial establishments were seen putting the shutters down. People preferred to say inside their homes and away from roads. Yet, there were violators in the city as people were seen going out. The same reports also suggested that around 212 motorcyclists were cracked down along with 44 car drivers and 6 auto-rickshaw drivers were also stopped and challaned by the cops. As per reports, the city was deployed with a strong force of 3,000 police personnel with Quick Response Team special task police. Around 2,300 constabulary staff were deployed along with 364 police officers, and 343 Homeguards.