Rs 9,90,670 collected as fine from defaulters in Nagaland since the national lockdown was announced
Kohima: Ever since the nationwide lockdown was announced, a total of 1,220 offences have been registered by the Nagaland police in violation of the lockdown and curfew orders in the state.
As on Thursday, a total of 1,523 arrests were also made, of which five persons were arrested under social media cases. Till Wednesday, a total of 89 FIRs have been registered while 990 were non-FIR cases.
According to a data provided by the COVID-19 war room, an amount of Rs 9,90,670 has also been collected as fines from defaulters.
A total of 601 vehicles were also reportedly seized.
The daily report on law and order on Wednesday said that three violations of the lockdown were reported and as remedial steps, three persons were bound down as on June 17. While issuing the report, joint secretary Hiazu Meru added that no law and order incident has been reported in the state.
Meanwhile, no fresh cases of COVID-19 has been reported in the state on Thursday. The number of positive cases stands at 193 of which 103 are active cases and 90 are recovered cases.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday morning, health minister S Pangnyu Phom tweeted: "Out of 317 samples tested, no positive cases for COVID-19 have been reported. Positive : 193 Active : 90 Recovered : 103 Death : 00 Update at 8:25 AM, 18th June, 2020".