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    The Cyberabad Traffic Police caught 349 people for drunk driving in one day. The operation took place on June 15 from 6:30 pm to 2:00 am the next day across various locations in the Cyberabad Police Commissionerate limits. Madhapur had the most offenders, with 74 people caught driving under the influence. The police caught 253 two-wheelers, 16 three-wheelers, 74 four-wheelers, and six heavy vehicle drivers during the checks.

    The Cyberabad Joint Commissioner of Police Traffic, D Joel Davis, stated that drunk driving and unauthorized driving are major causes of road crashes and fatalities in Cyberabad. The police are taking strict legal action against violators to address this issue. Due to the rising number of accidents caused by drunk driving, the police are cracking down on these drivers.

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    Drivers who cause fatal accidents while under the influence of alcohol may face charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder under Section 304 Part II of the Indian Penal Code, which can lead to imprisonment for up to 10 years. Additionally, individuals who knowingly allow or accompany drunk drivers are also being prosecuted for abetting the crimes.

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