If you are a resident of Delhi then this news will prove to be very good for you. Recently, Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot informed that the Delhi government has stopped the work of erecting or destroying vehicles that are out of date.
Prohibition on driving these vehicles:
As per the order of the court, it has been learned that the petrol vehicles which are 15 years old and the diesel vehicles which are 10 years old will not be allowed to ply on the roads in Delhi. If any person is found plying such vehicles on the road, he can be fined and his vehicle will also be confiscated.
Kailash Gehlot gave instructions:
Issuing instructions, Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot has said that it is very unfortunate that the vehicles that have completed the stipulated time period are being sent by the Transport Department for destruction. However, to stop this process, we have passed this order.
What does this mean?
Now according to the order of Kailash Gehlot, if any 15 years old petrol or 10 years old diesel vehicle is standing there in the parking lot or is not being run then that vehicle can no longer be confiscated by the transport department nor destroyed. This order means that you cannot drive such vehicles on the roads while you can keep them with you.
- The Delhi government has stopped the work of eradicating or destroying outdated vehicles.
- 15-year-old petrol vehicles and 10-year-old diesel vehicles are prohibited from plying on Delhi roads.
- Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot has issued instructions to halt the destruction of vehicles that have completed their stipulated time period.
- Old vehicles can no longer be confiscated or destroyed, but they cannot be driven on the roads.
The Delhi government has made a significant decision to stop the eradication or destruction of outdated vehicles. According to Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot, vehicles that have completed their stipulated time period are being sent for destruction, which is unfortunate. In response, the government has issued an order to prevent the confiscation or destruction of such vehicles. However, it is important to note that 15-year-old petrol vehicles and 10-year-old diesel vehicles are still prohibited from plying on Delhi roads. Violators can be fined and their vehicles may be confiscated. The order allows individuals to keep these vehicles in their possession, but they cannot be driven on the roads. This decision aims to reduce pollution and improve air quality in the city.
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