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BS3 petrol BS4 diesel vehicles ban in delhi rs 20000 fine pollution reach dangerous level more details

BS3 petrol BS4 diesel vehicles ban in delhi rs 20000 fine pollution reach dangerous level more details
Written by Manoj Kadam
BS3 petrol BS4 diesel vehicles ban in delhi rs 20000 fine pollution reach dangerous level more details

BS3 petrol BS4 diesel vehicles ban in delhi rs 20000 fine pollution reach dangerous level more details

Delhi NCR is going through dangerous situations in terms of pollution. These days, people are finding it difficult to breathe due to pollution in the National Capital Region, in view of which the government has now implemented Graded Response Action Plan III (GRAP III) in Delhi. Under GRAP III, driving of some vehicles has also been banned in Delhi, which will also include BS4 diesel vehicles and BS3 petrol vehicles.

In view of the pollution in Delhi, BS4 diesel vehicles and BS3 petrol vehicles will not be able to run on the roads of Delhi until GRAP III is in force. Apart from this, a ban has also been imposed on old diesel vehicles. The Commission of Air Quality Management (CAQM) has said that the air condition is very bad these days. In view of the situation, to prevent it from worsening further, the Commission has decided to implement the third phase of GRAP. Delhi's air quality index these days remains between 401-450. Whereas the rules of Grape Stage-1 and Stage-2 are already in force in NCR.

A fine of Rs 20 thousand will be imposed
GRAP III has been implemented, in view of this, if any vehicle is found moving on the roads against it, then a challan of Rs 20 thousand will be issued as fine. Some users have also shared posts related to this on social media in which government officials have imposed fines on vehicles violating the rules. A user has shared this similar post-

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Let us tell you that every year around Diwali, pollution in Delhi reaches dangerous levels. There is still a week left for the Diwali festival and the air is in worse condition. In such a situation, the government is taking strict steps. Last year also a similar penalty was imposed in which a fine of up to Rs 20,000 was collected. The Delhi government has also stopped buses with BS4 certification from entering Delhi from other states. Considering the situation, Delhi Metro has also added additional trips on many routes.

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