Bengaluru Police book over 16,000 cases against errant two-wheeler riders
news Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | December 25, 2014 | 09:11 am IST The Bengaluru police on Wednesday carried out a drive against errant two-wheeler riders in the city. The drive, which started at 6 am and lasted till 5 pm, was conducted in all seven police divisions in the city, states a report by The New Indian Express. The police by the end of the day had booked 16,475 cases and the offences included carrying more than one pillion, riding without a licence, straying on the footpath, and not wearing a helmet, states the report. 253 vehicles without proper documents were also seized by the police. 148 driving licences have also been sent to RTO to put those under suspension.