PUC certificate news: Vehicle owners should be careful. Now any vehicle on the road, poisonous raw smoke is seen rising, then its owners may have to spend 3 months in jail. Not only this, they may also have to pay heavy fines. It is reported that the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has started preparing to implement pollution control certificate system for all types of vehicles across the country.
QR Code will be available along with the Pollution Certificate
After this system has been implemented by the Ministry, QR code will be given along with pollution control certificate for all vehicles, in which all the necessary information about the vehicles will be available. According to media reports, the ministry has submitted the proposal in this regard to the government and objections and information have also been invited.
Traffic workers will take the smoke spewing vehicle to the testing center
According to the proposed improvement in the traffic rules, if an employee of the traffic department is seen polluting a vehicle, he can take it to the pollution testing center. A written provision has been made for vehicle owners. The driver or the vehicle owner will not have the pollution control certificate or he has failed, he may have to face rigorous imprisonment.
Three months jail with a fine of Rs 10,000
According to the new rule proposed by the ministry, if the owners do not have pollution control certificate, they can face a jail term of 3 months. In addition, he may also have to pay a fine of Rs 10,000. It is also said in the proposal that the license of the vehicle owners can be confiscated for 3 months of the sentence.
Ministry has already proposed to change the rules
Actually, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has already proposed a change in the Central Vehicle Manual. Before getting the pollution control certificate, a provision has been made to get SMS on the registered mobile number. In addition, this new rule can prove to be effective in preventing vehicle theft. After this, the information about the pollution control certificate that looks similar across the country will be entered in the National Register.