Vehicles Registration Canceled: Big news! Transport department issued orders to vehicle owners, cancellation of registration of these 54 lakh vehicles


Vehicles Registration Cancelled: The Delhi Transport Department has canceled the registration of over 54 lakh old vehicles including autorickshaws, cabs and two-wheelers till March 27.

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Some unregistered vehicles include vehicles that were registered in 1900 and early 1901. In 2018, the Supreme Court banned diesel and petrol vehicles older than 10 and 15 years in Delhi. It added that vehicles violating the order would be seized. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) had in 2014 banned vehicles older than 15 years from being parked in public places. As per the data, the maximum number of vehicles were canceled from South Delhi Part 1. A total of 9,285 three-wheelers and 25,167 cabs were stopped till March 27.

Most action taken at these places

2,90,127 from Mall Road Zone, 3,27,034 from IP Depot, 9,99,999 from South Delhi Part 1, 1,69,784 from South Delhi Part 2, 7,06,921 from Janakpuri, 4 vehicles have been deregistered. 35,408 vehicles were registered from Loni, 4,96,086 from Sarai Kale Khan, 2,99,788 from Mayur Vihar, 1,65,048 from Wazirpur, 3,04,677 from Dwarka, 25,167 from Burari, 1,95,626 from Raja Garden and 6,56,201 from Rohini. has been cancelled.

The Transport Department has launched a campaign on March 29 to send overage vehicles directly for scrapping. According to officials, they are picking up 100 vehicles a day. As part of the drive, the enforcement teams of the department carry out intensive operations in a selected area.

Transport Commissioner Ashish Kundra said that owners of over-aged vehicles are requested to obtain NOC and sell their vehicles in the state where they are fit to run. If vehicles are driven or parked on city streets, they run the risk of being towed and handed over to the scrapyard.

According to the Economic Survey of Delhi 2022-23, the total number of vehicles on the national capital’s roads has come down by 35.38 per cent after the city government banned plying of old vehicles. In 2021-22, a total of 79.18 lakh vehicles were registered on the roads of Delhi.

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