Delhi government gave gift on new year
In Delhi, the exemption of validity of documents on all types of vehicles was ending on 31 December. Which has been forwarded by the Delhi Transport Department till 31 March 2021 due to Corona epidemic.
NHAI gave advice to all states- Recently, the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways issued a press note advising all states and union territories to validate driving licenses, registrations, vehicle fitness certificates and all kinds of permits by 31 March 2021 due to Corona epidemic. was. After which the Delhi Transport Department has given a big gift to the people of Delhi on the new year by implementing this rule.
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NHAI had said this According to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, under the Motor Vehicles Act 1988 and the Central Motor Vehicles Rules 1989, it has been decided to extend the validity of the fitness, permit, license, registration or other document of vehicles till 31 March 2021. The Ministry further advised that all related documents whose validity could not be expanded or likely to be due to lockdown and corona epidemic and documents whose validity expired on February 1, 2020, would be considered valid until 31 March 2021 .Also read: This e-bicycle is made of bamboo and carbon fiber, knowing about this you will also be shocked
HSRP and color-coding fuel stickers will be processed – In spite of all this, action is being taken on HSRP and color-coding fuel stickers in Delhi. According to Special Commissioner of Delhi Transport Department, KK Dahiya, a total of 205 challans were cut on Saturday. He told that this campaign will be continued for the time being and those who do not follow it will have to pay a fine.
Delhi HC gave this suggestion- Due to the Corona epidemic, the Delhi High Court had recently suggested extending the time limit for obtaining color-coding fuel stickers and HSRP. On which the Delhi government has not decided yet. At the same time, tell you that a fine of Rs 5,500 is being charged from vehicles which do not have HSRP.