If you are driving this vehicle then understand that trouble has come, from October 1, challan will be done, the vehicle will be banned
From October 1, all diesel cars with BS 4 engine will be banned in Delhi-NCR. The Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) has made this plan for Delhi NCR. However, BS 4 diesel vehicles connected with essential services will remain out of the purview of this ban.
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If you have a diesel car with BS 4 engine in Delhi-NCR, then start parking it aside. Because on running BS 4 diesel car in Delhi-NCR from October 1 ban enforced Will be done. The plan for ban on BS 4 diesel vehicles has been prepared by the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM). This plan has been made in view of the increasing air pollution and dangerous AQI level. At present, this ban will be applicable only on BS 4 diesel four wheeler vehicles except for vehicles connected with essential services. However, if necessary, big vehicles can also be banned.
Shock before the festive season
The state governments of Delhi-NCR can implement a new rule of ban on BS 4 diesel vehicles from October 1. This plan is part of the fight against air pollution over the next five years. The October 1 timeline is interesting in itself, as the plan will be implemented just a little before the festive season. At the same time, there is a danger of smog due to stubble burning. In such a situation, how effective this move of ban on BS 4 diesel car will prove to be, it remains to be seen.
AQI will decide the ban
Under the new plan of the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM), BS 4 diesel vehicles will be banned. But the new rule will not apply to vehicles connected with essential services. At the same time, initially the rule of ban under Stage 3 will be applicable to BS 4 diesel four-wheelers. Stage 3 will remain in force till the AQI level is 401-450. Stage 4 will be applicable when the AQI level crosses the 450 mark.
Oil will not be available from petrol pump
When Stage 4 is implemented, the entry of trucks, medium and heavy diesel vehicles etc. will also be closed except for essential services vehicles. The policy also says that from January 1, 2023, if there is no valid pollution certificate, oil will not be available from the petrol-pumps of Delhi-NCR. Apart from this, the state governments of Delhi-NCR have been asked to be ready for other steps.