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SRINAGAR: Acting tough against traffic and COTPA violations, Police has registered 109 traffic Challans and 60 COTPA Challans in Srinagar. Srinagar Police acted tough on violations of Motor Vehicle Act and Cigarettes & Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA) registered a total of 109 traffic Challans under various sections of law in Srinagar. Police has also registered 60 Challans against persons found smoking in public places, in sheer violations of COTPA rules. Police has once again requested general public to follow rules in letter and spirit as all those found violating Government orders will be dealt as per law.
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