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NGT directs Delhi government to impound diesel four wheelers

The bench also directed the AAP government to hold a meeting with the neighbouring states to identifying land pockets to be used for impounding four wheelers

ANI  |  New Delhi 

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The Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday directed the government and the Police to impound four wheelers running on diesel in the capital under the Environment Protection Act.

The bench also directed the Party (AAP) government to hold a meeting with the neighbouring states on the issue of identifying land pockets to be used for impounding four wheelers.

"Vehicle which are already impounded from many years and are in scraped conditions must be removed with immediate effect from Delhi," the said.

The Development Authority (DDA) suggested two lands in for impounding purposes.

Earlier, the had ordered government to strictly stop over 10-year old diesel vehicles from plying on the roads in the capital. The government had also faced a barrage of searching questions on the alarming air pollution levels.

The bench expressed its displeasure that its earlier order banning 10 years old diesel vehicles was not being seriously executed and hoards of them were still visible on the roads with the traffic police doing nothing in the matter.

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NGT directs Delhi government to impound diesel four wheelers

The bench also directed the AAP government to hold a meeting with the neighbouring states to identifying land pockets to be used for impounding four wheelers

The bench also directed the AAP government to hold a meeting with the neighbouring states to identifying land pockets to be used for impounding four wheelers

The Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday directed the government and the Police to impound four wheelers running on diesel in the capital under the Environment Protection Act.

The bench also directed the Party (AAP) government to hold a meeting with the neighbouring states on the issue of identifying land pockets to be used for impounding four wheelers.

"Vehicle which are already impounded from many years and are in scraped conditions must be removed with immediate effect from Delhi," the said.

The Development Authority (DDA) suggested two lands in for impounding purposes.

Earlier, the had ordered government to strictly stop over 10-year old diesel vehicles from plying on the roads in the capital. The government had also faced a barrage of searching questions on the alarming air pollution levels.

The bench expressed its displeasure that its earlier order banning 10 years old diesel vehicles was not being seriously executed and hoards of them were still visible on the roads with the traffic police doing nothing in the matter.

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NGT directs Delhi government to impound diesel four wheelers

The bench also directed the AAP government to hold a meeting with the neighbouring states to identifying land pockets to be used for impounding four wheelers

The Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday directed the government and the Police to impound four wheelers running on diesel in the capital under the Environment Protection Act.

The bench also directed the Party (AAP) government to hold a meeting with the neighbouring states on the issue of identifying land pockets to be used for impounding four wheelers.

"Vehicle which are already impounded from many years and are in scraped conditions must be removed with immediate effect from Delhi," the said.

The Development Authority (DDA) suggested two lands in for impounding purposes.

Earlier, the had ordered government to strictly stop over 10-year old diesel vehicles from plying on the roads in the capital. The government had also faced a barrage of searching questions on the alarming air pollution levels.

The bench expressed its displeasure that its earlier order banning 10 years old diesel vehicles was not being seriously executed and hoards of them were still visible on the roads with the traffic police doing nothing in the matter.

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