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Big decision on Diesel cars, BS4 diesel vehicles may be banned from October 1 in Delhi

Big decision on Diesel cars, BS4 diesel vehicles may be banned from October 1 in Delhi

Diesel Car Ban in Delhi: If you have a BS4 diesel car, then you may not be able to run it in Delhi-NCR from 1 October. From October 1, a new policy can be implemented in the city, in which the ban of these trains is said. BAN: There is big news for those driving diesel in Delhi NCR. If you have a BS4 diesel car, then you may not be able to run it in Delhi-NCR from 1 October. Actually, this decision can be taken in the event of Air Pollution 450 AQI in the national capital. In fact, on the festive season in Delhi NCR, there is a lot of mist due to burning of stubble in the field and fireworks of Diwali. To overcome this, a new policy prepared by the Air Quality Management Commission (CAQM) will be implemented before the festive season. Under the

policy, if the air pollution is more than 450 AQI, diesel BS4 cars will be banned in the city to bring air pollution into control. Apart from this, you will not be able to drive BS-3 petrol vehicles. However, vehicles being used in essential services will be exempted from this ban.

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The policy states, "State Governments in Delhi-NCR can ban BS3 petrol and BS4 diesel light motor vehicles (four wheelers) under Stage 3.," Environment and forests According to the ministry, Stage 3 of air pollution will be said when AQI remains between 401 and 450. While AQI crosses the 450 mark will be called stage 4.

The policy also states that petrol pumps located in Delhi-NCR will not be allowed to fuel to those which do not have valid pollution-inner-check certificate since January 1, 2023.

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August 9th 2022, 11:57 am
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