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Can’t claim accidental insurance without pollution certificate?

PIB Fact Check of Pollution Certificate: In order to control the increasing pollution, the government has made people to get Pollution Under Control Certificate, every person who drives on the road knows that along with the driving license, the pollution certificate (Pollution Certificate). ) is very important. Without this, if you are caught driving in any city in India, then you may have to pay a challan. In such a situation, it is a very important document. In such a situation, a claim is being made on a social media regarding this document. After seeing this claim, fear has settled in the minds of many people.

It is being claimed on social media that the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India has made a rule from November 1, 2022 that after November 1, 2022, if a person does not have a pollution certificate, then you will get an accidental insurance claim. Will not be given. If you have also seen this message on social media, then we tell you about the truth of this claim.

PIB told the truth by tweeting-
In many states of the country like Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, the level of pollution increases very much. In such a situation, the government gives special emphasis on pollution certificate, but IRDA has not issued any such order in which it has been said that it is necessary to have pollution certificate to claim insurance. After fact-checking this viral message, the Press Information Bureau has told that this claim is completely fake. The policyholder does not need any pollution certificate for making an accident claim. IRDAI has not implemented any such rule.

What is the Supreme Court’s decision
The Supreme Court has not issued any such decision in which PUC certificate is mandatory for accident claim. According to the decision of the Supreme Court, under the Central Motor Vehicle Rules of 1989 of the Government of India, every driver must have a pollution certificate. In the absence of this, you may have to pay a challan, but if a person gets into an accident then it has nothing to do with the policy claim.

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