As a result of the judgment, all types of cars would be able to travel freely on Delhi roadways as of Monday.
The restriction on four-wheelers powered by BS-III gasoline and BS-IV diesel was lifted by the Delhi government on Sunday. As a result of the judgment, all types of cars would be able to travel freely on Delhi roadways as of Monday.
…Delhi will no longer prohibit BS-III gasoline and BS-IV diesel automobiles.
Decion By CM Kejriwal
According to the decision made at a review meeting that took place on November 7, the restrictions on the movement of BS-III petrol and BS-IV diesel cars were in place until today. After another meeting three days later, the Arvind Kejriwal administration agreed the limits would last until Sunday.
A fine of ₹20,000 was to be levied for violating the rule under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.
In its decision, the Delhi Transport Department had stated:
“There would be a restriction on the operation of BS-III petrol and BS-IV diesel light motor vehicles (four-wheelers) in the NCT of Delhi, as per the instructions provided under Stage III of the updated GRAP. The aforemention instructions will be in effect until November 13 or until the GRAP stage is revise downward, whichever comes first. If CAQM orders GRAP-III and higher restrictions, they will last through November 13.”
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