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Jharkhand issues notification against beacon lights

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on Friday issued a notification to ban use of beacon lights in the wake of the central deciding to end their use on official vehicles.

"Under rule 108 of the Central Motor Vehicle Law 1989 and para A, B, C of notification number 490 of Transport department dated 11.04.2016, it is said that VIP lights (red/blue) on all vehicles taking persons/officers stands cancelled," says the notification issued by the Transport Department on Friday.

Now no official vehicles will use red or blue beacon lights. These lights have been banned with immediate effect, the notification said.

Now only three category of vehicles will use the beacon lights, it added.

As per the notification, the flasher-equipped blue light on the mast of the fire-brigade on duty in its jurisdiction, PCR vans/ pilot vehicles (multi-coloured blue, white and red light) and blinker-equipped red light with violet glass on ambulance, will remain as usual.

--IANS

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Jharkhand issues notification against beacon lights

Jharkhand on Friday issued a notification to ban use of beacon lights in the wake of the central government deciding to end their use on official vehicles.

on Friday issued a notification to ban use of beacon lights in the wake of the central deciding to end their use on official vehicles.

"Under rule 108 of the Central Motor Vehicle Law 1989 and para A, B, C of notification number 490 of Transport department dated 11.04.2016, it is said that VIP lights (red/blue) on all vehicles taking persons/officers stands cancelled," says the notification issued by the Transport Department on Friday.

Now no official vehicles will use red or blue beacon lights. These lights have been banned with immediate effect, the notification said.

Now only three category of vehicles will use the beacon lights, it added.

As per the notification, the flasher-equipped blue light on the mast of the fire-brigade on duty in its jurisdiction, PCR vans/ pilot vehicles (multi-coloured blue, white and red light) and blinker-equipped red light with violet glass on ambulance, will remain as usual.

--IANS

ns/vgu/dg

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Jharkhand issues notification against beacon lights

on Friday issued a notification to ban use of beacon lights in the wake of the central deciding to end their use on official vehicles.

"Under rule 108 of the Central Motor Vehicle Law 1989 and para A, B, C of notification number 490 of Transport department dated 11.04.2016, it is said that VIP lights (red/blue) on all vehicles taking persons/officers stands cancelled," says the notification issued by the Transport Department on Friday.

Now no official vehicles will use red or blue beacon lights. These lights have been banned with immediate effect, the notification said.

Now only three category of vehicles will use the beacon lights, it added.

As per the notification, the flasher-equipped blue light on the mast of the fire-brigade on duty in its jurisdiction, PCR vans/ pilot vehicles (multi-coloured blue, white and red light) and blinker-equipped red light with violet glass on ambulance, will remain as usual.

--IANS

ns/vgu/dg

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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