Bengaluru: Police personnel take down the information of the vehicles that were taken into cutody after their owners were found to be violating the curfew during the 21-day nationwide lockdown (that entered the 10th day) imposed as a precautionary me. Image Source: IANS News

Bengaluru, April 3 : The city police have deployed the department's 250 emergency response vehicles to attend to 4,500 requests from commoners amid the Covid-19 induced lockdown, a top police officer said on Friday.

"City police have attended over 4,500 requests to ferry those who wanted to go for dialysis, chemotherapy, labour related calls, heart attacks and senior citizens' calls," Bengaluru Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao tweeted.

Rao said there are about 250 Hoysala vehicles and emergency police cars in the city.

He urged Bengaluru denizens to dial 100 in the event of an emergency.

"Dial 100, we will reach you, we are not taxi," he added.

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