New Delhi. Every effort is being made to curb air pollution in Delhi. The Delhi Government has made full preparations to deal strictly with those who spread air pollution. The government has now adopted a strategy to tighten the noose even on those vehicles which have not got their Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate issued. That is, such vehicles which are not getting their pollution checked, the Transport Department has sent information to 13 lakh such vehicle owners through a message.
According to the information, the 13 lakh vehicle owners who have been asked by the department to get PUC made by sending a message on the mobile phone. These are those vehicle owners who have not yet made a PUC despite the expiry of the validity of the PUC.
In this regard, now more than 30 teams of the Transport Department are taking continuous action by taking to the streets. In the last 2 days alone, more than 400 vehicles have been deducted for not having valid Pollution Under Control Certificate (PUC). Let us tell you that if there is no valid PUCC, a challan of 10 thousand rupees is deducted.
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Let us inform that the Delhi Government has intensified action on it by implementing the Winter Action Plan to prevent air pollution. Fines are also being imposed under Anti Dust Drive. In such a situation, now the Transport Department has also intensified action against vehicles that do not issue PUC certificates.
Till September this year, the Transport Department has deducted more than 6 thousand challans for not having a valid PUC certificate. While the traffic police issued 46,615 challans. This action has also been taken in the areas with hotspots of pollution. The Transport Department will intensify this action in the next few days.
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Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Kumar Dev has given instructions to deal strictly against air pollution. He has given instructions to start a campaign against the vehicles of such polluting vehicles. On this, more than 30 teams have been deployed on the roads across Delhi under the campaign started afresh from October 7.
Another 30 new Innova cars were given to these teams last year. This team is cutting challans for vehicles without PUCC and smoke emitting. It is said that last year challans of 1,05,695 vehicles were deducted for not having valid PUC. In this, 91,575 challans were made by the traffic police.
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