Two officials' vehicles impounded for breaking curfew

[05-04-2020 11:15 AM]

Ammon News - AMMONNEWS - Two vehicles belonging to members of the parliament were seized after violating Friday's full on curfew, a security source said.

The source told Petra that the two vehicles will kept in an impoundment lot for a month, and the vehicle owner will pay a fine upon receiving his vehicle. He stressed that the Public Security Department works around the clock to control violations of the curfew, which was issued in accordance with the Defense Law, and that it will not tolerate any breach.

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