Diesel vehicles banned in Delhi due to increase in pollution
Diesel vehicles running in Delhi have been banned once again.
After the increased pollution level in Delhi NCR, the government has taken this decision and orders have been issued in this regard. According to the order, BS III and BS IV class vehicles have been banned inside Delhi. The general public will not be able to use these vehicles till further orders.
In this regard, orders have been issued by Vinod Kumar Yadav, Deputy Commissioner, Transport Department, Government of Delhi. The order stated that after assessment of the air quality situation in Delhi NCR, the Air Quality Commission has ordered to implement the third level action plan (Grape 3) to bring down the level of pollution. The use of diesel vehicles has been banned under the order itself. It has been told that the level of air quality in Delhi has gone into the severe category. Because of this, the Commission has abolished the relief given to the general public in the first and second grade and has ordered to implement Group 3 in Delhi NCR instead.
It has been clearly stated in the orders that only vehicles being used for emergency services can be used in this radius. If any violation of these orders is found anywhere in Delhi NCR, then in this situation the concerned driver can be fined twenty thousand rupees. For this provision has been made in Section 115 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.
A copy of these orders has been sent to all departments related to the Transport Department. This time the Air Quality Commission has linked the air quality level with the action plan prepared to reduce pollution. In this plan, as soon as there is a decrease or increase in the level, then according to the guidelines of the Air Quality Commission, relief and strictness are implemented on the public.
Most pollution in Delhi in Dhirpur: The pollution level in Delhi was recorded in the very severe category on Monday. According to the India Air Quality Service (SAFAR), the average air quality level in Delhi was recorded at 337 at around 7 pm. The maximum pollution was recorded in Dhirpur. According to Safar, this level is likely to remain above 300 on Tuesday as well. This level was done in Pusa 326, Lodhi Road 302, Delhi University 335, Airport 343, Noida 365, Mathura Road 332, IIT Delhi 313, Gurugram 309 and Dhirpur 410.