Delhi Pollution: The Transport Department has also been making efforts to reduce air pollution at its level. In this direction, now preparations are being made to curb the vehicles running without Pollution Under Control (PUC).
New Delhi. Vehicles without PUC will no longer be able to run on the roads of Delhi. The problems of vehicle owners driving without valid pollution certificate in Delhi are now going to increase. The transport department of the Delhi government may start sending notices to vehicle owners who do not have valid PUC certificates. Those drivers who do not have PUC certificate, they will have to pay 10 thousand rupees in the form of challan.
Let us tell you that the Kejriwal government is taking many steps to deal with the problem of air pollution in Delhi. In addition to the Red Light On, Car Off campaign on the roads of Delhi, Anti Dust Campaign and Anti Open Burning Campaign etc. have been run by the Environment Department. In such a situation, the Transport Department has also been making efforts to reduce air pollution at its level. In this direction, now preparations are being made to curb the vehicles running without Pollution Under Control (PUC).
According to the officials of the family department, a large number of vehicles without PUC are running on the roads of Delhi. The fumes emanating from these vehicles are deteriorating the climate of the city. It is said that the validity of Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate of about 17,24,891 vehicles has expired. The Transport Department is preparing to intensify action against all these vehicles.
The department has made it clear and clear that action will be taken against those without PUCC, in which a fine of 10 thousand or imprisonment for six months is prescribed. Or there can be both challan and punishment. Apart from this, driving license can also be canceled for up to 3 months.