Dehradun: The number of vehicles seized from police stations to outposts in Dehradun district of Uttarakhand has become so much that police offices are turning into junkyards. Due to non-auction of vehicles for a long time, due to the vehicles being caught in various cases day by day, the police are not left with a place to park their vehicles.
More than 3 thousand vehicles are lying in police stations
The number of vehicles in the police stations in Dehradun district is continuously increasing. As of now, 1310 vehicles, 238 unclaimed and 1777 vehicles seized under MV Act are parked in police offices. In Dehradun, a total of 3325 vehicles are still gathering dust in the police stations.
Get rid of the auction process
If the auction process of the vehicles confiscated by the police is done in time, then good revenue will also be generated from these vehicles and will also get a place in the police station posts. Most of the vehicles parked for a long time are no longer of any use. SSP Dehradun says that there is a problem due to the parking of vehicles, but legal restrictions are also in front of the police, in such a situation they cannot be disposed without completing the entire legal process. The SSP said that work is being done regarding this.