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NGT New Instructions: ALERT! These vehicles will be banned in Delhi from January 1, know the new rule

According to the directions of the NGT, the Delhi government has decided to cancel the 10-year-old diesel vehicles from January 1, 2022.

If you live in Delhi-NCR, then this news is of great use to you. The date has been fixed by the Delhi government for the directions of the National Green Tribunal (NGT). From January 1, 2022, 10-year-old diesel vehicles will stop running in the capital. However, the entire process has been devised to cancel the registration. Some options will also be given to the drivers so that they can drive their vehicles on the road even further. Those drivers who do not fulfill these conditions will be left with the option of sending their vehicle for scrap.

According to the directions of the NGT, the Delhi government has decided to cancel the 10-year-old diesel vehicles from January 1, 2022. However, such vehicles can be driven at any other place after registration. However, vehicles older than 15 years will not be given NOC. In July 2016, the NGT ordered the cancellation of registration of diesel vehicles older than 10 years.

This is how you will get NOC

The Transport Department of the Government of Delhi will cancel the registration of all such diesel vehicles in Delhi on January 1, 2022, which have completed or are about to complete 10 years on that date. This also includes the issue of NOCs for 10-year-old diesel vehicles and 15-year-old petrol vehicles for other locations. On behalf of the NGT, the states were also asked to identify such areas, where the air circulation is high and vehicles are less.

Option to convert to electric vehicle

An option has also been given for the drivers who want to convert the vehicle to an electric vehicle. Vehicle owners have been told that they can get empaneled electric kits installed in their vehicles through agencies approved by the department. The process of making panels for the electric kit is still in progress.

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