Automobile / Delhi Traffic Police issues over 5800 challans on old petrol and diesel cars

Zoom News : Nov 12, 2022, 09:55 PM
Delhi Traffic Police Challan News: The pollution level in Delhi is still not taking its name. The Air Quality Index (AQI) here remains in the 'very poor' category. There is still a layer of haze in the Delhi-NCR region. In such a situation, the administration has imposed many strictures. The ban on BS3 petrol and BS4 diesel vehicles is being strictly followed in the city of Delhi. Police is taking strict action against those driving such vehicles. So far more than 5800 challans have been deducted.

Please tell that till November 13, strict curbs have been imposed on the movement of such vehicles to deal with the toxic air quality in Delhi. Delhi Police has issued 5,882 challans for violations till Friday morning. A tweet from the department read, "Under the ban on BS3 Petrol and BS4 Diesel vehicles till November 13 to fight pollution, 5882 vehicles have been stopped/challaned for violations till 6 am on 11.11.2022." Gone."

Actually, this ban has been imposed under the third phase of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP). Environment Minister Gopal Rai had told, "BS-III petrol and BS-IV diesel four-wheelers will be banned in Delhi under Phase III of the Graded Response Action Plan." There is a fine of 20 thousand rupees for not following this rule. This is currently applicable till 13 November. However, vehicles employed for emergency services and government or election-related work do not come under the purview of the ban.