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2959 cases lodged for traffic rule violations

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Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) on Monday lodged 2959 cases and realized over Taka 21 lakh on charges of traffic rule violations.
It also dumped 90 vehicles and put wrecker in 483 others, said an official release. The cases were lodged on charges of using hydraulic horn, hooter, beckon light, black glasses and driving on wrong routes.
Traffic department of police lodged the cases and realized the money from owners and drivers of different vehicles after conducting raids at different thana area in the capital city, the release said.

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