The Karnataka High Court yesterday allowed the release of vehicles seized by the police during the COVID-19 lockdown after owners pay a fine and make an application to the jurisdictional police officers for custody of the same.
Owners of seized four wheelers are required to pay a fine of Rs. 1,000, whereas owners of two and three wheelers will have to shell out Rs. 500, instead of approaching the Magistrate.
The violators are also required to execute an undertaking to not commit similar breaches in the future.
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