Strict inspection at borders due to increased number of patients in Maharashtra
Under the guidance of DYSP Manoj Kumar Naik, Divisional Inspector of Police SV Shivayogi and PSI Anil Kumbhar of Nipani Rural Police Station NWKRTC buses plying from Pune to Belagavi was sent back to Pune from Kognoli Check post as none of the passengers had an RTPCR negative or a vaccine certificate of at least one dose.
This sudden strict vigil at the border check post caused a flurry of motorists.
Also, Rapid antigen tests of drivers were done at the check post.
Stirct instructions have been given to the staff on duty to allow only those to enter Karnataka who have an RTPCR negative certificate of less than 72 hours or who possess a vaccine certificate of at least one dose.
People with a negative in the rapid test are being admitted to Karnataka.
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We appreciate the action taken.
But we wonder the people with two wheeler are being allowed without any check.
Many people enter KA on two wheelers & driver alone with vaccine certificate cross border & collect passengers after a km or so.
So, please check each & everyone.
Irrespective of vehicle or wheelers.