More than 1000 citizens arrested, 551 vehicles impounded for curfew violations in Jordan

A total of 551 vehicles were impounded and 1048 people were arrested during the past 24 hours for violating the curfew order, the Public Security Directorate’s spokesperson said on Tuesday.

According to Jordan News Agency (Petra), the spokesperson added that security personnel at patrols and checkpoints across the Kingdom are working around the clock to control the violations of the Defence Order, stressing it will be enforced without any tolerance towards violators.

“The impounded vehicles will be held in designated yards in Muwaqqar and Swaqa, while the fines will be levied upon the owners when they receive their vehicles after 30 days” the spokesperson said.

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