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Supreme Court bans 15 year old petrol and diesel vehicles in Delhi

Delhi: Major facts of the Supreme Court order regarding ban on old diesel and petrol vehicles

The Supreme Court recently announced its decision on pollution in the capital Delhi.

The Supreme Court has asked Delhi's 10-year-old diesel and 15-year-old petrol vehicles to be implemented with immediate effect.

The Supreme Court adopting a tough stance said that the Delhi government has instructed the Delhi government to put a list of diesel and petrol vehicles more than 15 years old, whose registration deadline has expired.

After this directive of the Supreme Court, the Delhi Government will have to publish it in the newspapers too.

the Supreme Court has asked the Central Pollution Control Board to create a social media account to file a pollution-related complaint in Delhi.

The court said that citizens will be able to file a complaint on it.

In the Supreme Court, the Central Government advocate told that you should walk evening and see how the situation is outside.

During the hearing of the case, the court said that there is a dire situation of pollution in Delhi and the situation in old Delhi is very bad.

During the trial of the Supreme Court, Amix told the court that the level of pollution has increased so much that you can not roam outside.

The court said that with the rise in the morning, the situation of the mist can only predict what is the situation of pollution in Delhi.

On April 26, 2014, four years ago, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) issued an order for increasing pollution in Delhi-NCR.

Under this, traffic of 15 years old vehicles was banned in NCR and on April 07, 2015, there was a ban on the operation of 10 years old diesel-driven vehicles in the NCR. 


 

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