People looking for online information on will find this news story useful. Relevant authorities will then get in touch with you regarding your case and authorise your e-Pass. 'Divine grace and TN government's measures cut down loss of lives due to Nivar', After cyclone Nivar, TN likely to receive heavy rains again next week: IMD, TN adds 1,464 new COVID-19, 14 fatalities take toll to 11,669, Minister inspects damage caused by cyclone to fishing harbour, General Strike: 20L cheques worth 18K Cr 'miss' clearance, HC bench dismisses bail pleas of four jailed cops in Sathankulam custodial deaths case. The officials there directed them to approach the local stations on the dates announced by the district police. Public transport services like trains, buses, metros, and flights are operational in most parts of the country following the safety SOP's. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.allsoft.corona, https://goaonline.gov.in/Public/UserRegistration_af, http://covidepass.hp.gov.in/apply-for-e-pass/, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mygate.express&hl=en. Issuing a statement, the Tamil Nadu police said a fine of Rs 21.26 crore has so far been levied across the state as on Sunday for violation of curbs and 6.88 lakh vehicles seized. On Thursday, the owners of the vehicles that were seized on March 24 and 25 were informed to approach the local stations to get their vehicles back. A circular from State police DGP JK Tripathy on Thursday said police would start returning vehicles through local stations from 7 am to 1 pm. In Tamil Nadu, Section 144 was implemented with the police across the state seizing over 1.5 lakh vehicles during this lockdown period. 12 years on, remembering the heroes of 26/11, Ahmed Patel dies at 71; Sonia Gandhi says lost a comrade, Online registration for pass during lockdown: Get the state-wise website link here, https://gramawardsachivalayam.ap.gov.in/CVPASSAPP/CV/CVOrganizationRegistration, http://admser.chd.nic.in/dpc/Default.aspx, https://epass.jantasamvad.org/epass/relief/english/, https://www.digitalgujarat.gov.in/Citizen/CitizenService.aspx, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pragyaam.grid.mobile&hl=en_IN, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.datainfosys.rajasthanpolice.publicapp, https://policecitizenportal.uk.gov.in/e_pass/Home/Index. When information spread about the release of vehicles, a large number of people gathered at the District SP office. Bigil fame Indraja Shankar's viral TikTok video with Asuran sensation Teejay - don't miss the fun! It is known that the Sholavaram police had seized many vehicles in the lockdown period as the owners had violated the rules. In order to get back the vehicle, it is essential that the person who caused the accident should prove his ownership. The traffic police have said that all vehicles seized for violating prohibitory orders, will be released only after the lockdown is lifted. https://serviceonline.gov.in/tamilnadu/login.do? | India Development Debate, Farm Fury Spills Onto The Streets | India Development Debate, Farmers move closer to Delhi, security tightened at borders, High time people resort to pre-litigation mediation: CJI, Sex workers in Maha to get monthly financial aid of Rs 5,000, 21.30% of West Bengal's area under green cover: Minister, LVB writes off bonds worth Rs 318 crore ahead of merger, Cyclone Nivar: Satellite images and track. The police seized about 1.8 lakh vehicles in the state and arrested about two lakh persons and later let out on bail for violating the lockdown orders. பாடல் பாடி பட்டையை கிளப்பும் VJ பாவனா !Â, Vishnu Vishal misses his son - shares an emotional tweet during lockdown. Now, the seized vehicles are getting released by the police personnel in a phased manner in Chennai. As many as 5.6 lakh violations have been reported so far across the State during the lockdown period, which began from March 24. He concluded that the police department was answerable to the owners and officials. The state police had tried various methods -- ranging from baton charging, seizure of vehicles, booking the vehicle riders to gentle persuasion and campaigns -- to deter vehicle owners from hitting the roads. Since the lockdown was announced on March 25, Bengaluru police seized over 47,000 vehicles that were plying on roads in the city without passes or valid reasons. The police have decided to release the vehicles as people may need it during emergency and also space constraint to park them. They were spit into batches of 10, and the police had also arranged seating arrangements to ensure social distancing was maintained. The Times of India News App for Latest City News, Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved.