Extra personnel to be deployed at check-posts

The Chittoor district police administration has intensified vigil on the Nangili and Cheekalabailu border check-posts as Bengaluru and a few districts in Karnataka are bracing up for lockdown from center of the evening on Tuesday.

Superintendent of Police S. Senthil Kumar ordered deployment of extra personnel on the check-posts to tackle the that you might be ready to deem of diagram larger in the inter-Teach motion into the district.

Officials maintained that the reports of Bengaluru going in for lockdown as a result of alarming spike in COVID-19 conditions there wouldn’t like any influence on the border check-posts, as the final public motion had already thinned down by extra than 80% compared with the pre-lockdown period.

APSRTC Regional Supervisor, Tirupati, T. Chengal Reddy said the corporation could possibly possibly be suspending the total 30 inter-Teach bus companies to Bengaluru and a sort of gear of Karnataka from its depots of Tirupati, Chittoor, Madanapalle and Piler, till extra negotiations between the 2 States. “Equally, 26 companies of the KSRTC to Tirupati and Puttur could possibly possibly be stopped in the center of the latest lockdown there,” he said.

The legit said that there had been a drastic drop in the occupancy charge in the corporation buses, whereas even the non-public transport used to be hit as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’re now not looking ahead to any commotion at bus stations as used to be the case in the center of the lockdown-I period. The companies would possibly be suspended from Tuesday center of the evening. Providers with a facility to total both the upward and downward journeys sooner than center of the evening could possibly possibly be operated,” Mr. Reddy said.


Within the meantime, the Deputy SP (Madanapalle) A. Ravi Manohar Achari said the border check-put up in the sub-division used to be saved beneath strict surveillance and the inter-Teach vehicular motion could possibly possibly be beneath check till the difficulty eased out. He said that patrolling would so be intensified on the porous rural roads to prevent unauthorised entry into the district.