Chandigarh Police Make Device To Catch Lockdown Violators

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Chandigarh Police Make Device To Catch Lockdown Violators

Chandigarh Police have made a device to catch violators of the nation-wide lockdown avid coronavirus outbreak while maintaining social distancing. Sanjay Baniwal, director-general of Chandigarh Police, shared a post on Twitter where a police officer can be seen showing how the device works. It has a metal rod that can be strapped to the police officer’s arms with a tong-like shape at the other end.

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Chandigarh Police has found an interesting way to catch COVID-19 lockdown violators while preserving social distancing.

The Chandigarh Police officers have developed an instrument that consists of a 5-feet-long metal rod fitted, which can be strapped to the police officer’s arms, with a tong-like structure at one end.

The other end of the metal rod is attached around the waist of the COVID-19 lockdown violators so that they can get to the police vehicle, without coming in contact with them.

Sanjay Baniwal, director-general of Chandigarh Police, shared a post on Twitter where a police officer can be seen showing how the device works.

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Sanjay Baniwal director-general of Chandigarh Police tweeted the VIP Security wing of Chandigarh Police has arranged this unique way of tackling non-cooperating COVID-19 suspects & curfew breakers. Great equipment, great drill !!! Way to go @ssptfcchd and Insp Manjit, Head Constable Gurdeep, Head Constable Pawan, and Ct Usha.

The Chandigarh Administration has already declared the city as a containment zone due to novel coronavirus and curfew has also been imposed in the city.

Despite the nation-wide lockdown avid coronavirus pandemic, which has been continued till May 3, by the central government, many have violated the country-wide lockdown rules & ventured out on the roads.

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