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HSRP and colour coded stickers for vehicles in Delhi: All you need to know

Under the Motor Vehicles Act, the fine for not having HSRP is Rs 10,000

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The violators were fined in Wazirpur, Saket, Shastri Park, Akshardham, Delhi Cantt, Dwarka, and some other places.

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The Delhi transport department on Tuesday issued 239 challans to vehicle owners for HSRP and colour-coded sticker violation. The "limited" enforcement drive began in nine districts of the national capital with a team deployed in each district.

The violators were fined in Wazirpur, Saket, Shastri Park, Akshardham, Delhi Cantt, Dwarka, and some other places. They were issued a fine of Rs 5,500, said KK Dahiya, special commissioner(operations) of the transport department.  

"The objective of the 'limited enforcement drive' is to sensitise vehicle owners to follow provisions of the MV Act. We have started the drive in select areas of Delhi

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First Published: Dec 16 2020 | 11:00 AM IST

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