There are more than 5 lakh vehicles of BS3 and BS4 in Delhi.
If the vehicle is seen on the road after the ban, then a fine of 20 thousand will be imposed.
Pollution is increasing continuously in Delhi NCR.
New Delhi. In view of the increasing level of pollution in Delhi NCR, now the government can take strict steps. The Delhi government is now contemplating to ban BS3 and BS4 vehicles. According to an advisory issued by the Commission for Air Quality Management, governments in Delhi-NCR have been advised that BS3 and BS4 vehicles should be banned here. Now the government of Delhi is also considering this advisory and soon a concrete decision will be taken regarding this.
If the government implements this decision, then lakhs of cars will be banned. According to a report by Indian Express, there are more than 5 lakh cars running on BS3 and BS4 petrol and diesel in Delhi.
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20 thousand fine will be imposed
If the government takes this decision, then BS 3 and BS 4 vehicles will not be able to run on the road. Even after this, if a car is seen on the road, then its challan of 20 thousand rupees will be deducted. At the same time, the Transport Department says that they are constantly advising people to use public transport instead of personal vehicles, this will reduce pollution.
Pollution is increasing day by day
The level of pollution in Delhi NCR is not taking the name of decreasing and is increasing day by day. The level of pollution taken at different places in Delhi on Thursday has also been shown to have reached the very severe category. The AQI level in Jahangirpuri was 885, while the AQI in Noida was 392, in Gurugram 469 and the AQI near Airport Terminal 3 was at 333 at 7 am. According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research, the percentage of PM 2.5 that increases due to stubble burning in the capital has increased to 32. At the same time, the level of pollution from vehicles is also increasing continuously. Due to this, the Delhi government also implements odd-even in the city every year during winter.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : November 03, 2022, 10:24 IST