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Driving without PUC certificate will be heavy, 10 thousand will reach home

Traffic Rules in India: The capital Delhi has once again taken concrete steps to reduce the level of air pollution. This time the Delhi Transport Department has tried from its level. After which the problem of vehicle owners driving vehicles without valid Pollution Under Control-PUC in Delhi is going to increase. Vehicles plying in Delhi without PUC certificate will have to pay a heavy fine. It has been made mandatory for all vehicles to have a PUC certificate, failing which the vehicle owners will have to pay a fine.

If not PUC certificate then submit 10 thousand rupees
The Transport Department of the Delhi Government may start sending notices to those vehicle owners who do not have a valid PUC certificate. Drivers who do not have PUC certificate will have to deposit Rs 10,000 as challan.

DL will be canceled if there is no fine or jail
According to transport department sources, the validity of Pollution Control (PUC) certificates of about 17,24,891 vehicles in Delhi has expired. The Transport Department is preparing to intensify action against all these vehicles. The department has clearly said that action will be taken against those without PUCC, which will attract a fine of Rs 10,000 or jail for 6 months, or both challan and punishment. Apart from this, driving license can also be canceled for up to 3 months.

Government running many campaigns
The Kejriwal government of Delhi is taking many steps to deal with the problem of air pollution in Delhi. In addition to red light on, car off campaign, campaign to stop dust and open fire extinguishing campaign etc. is being run by the Environment Department on the roads of Delhi.

Steps taken by the Transport Department
In such a situation, the Transport Department is also making efforts to reduce air pollution at its level. In this direction, vehicles running without Pollution Control (PUC) are now being banned. A large number of vehicles without PUC are plying on the roads of Delhi. The weather in the city is getting worse due to the smoke emanating from these vehicles.

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