Big news for drivers, if you don't follow this rule, you will have to pay Rs 5000.
Big news for drivers, if you don't follow this rule, you will have to pay Rs 5000.

New Delhi: The Delhi government seems to be tough on vehicles plying without registration in the capital. The government has issued new guidelines for action on vehicle plying on roads without registration. The government has taken this step in view of the increasing incidents of vehicles plying without registration plates.  

According to the new SOP of the Delhi government, if a vehicle appears on the road without registration, a fine of Rs 5,000 will be imposed on it in the first instance. At the same time, if a driving person commits the same offence for the second time, then he will be fined 10 thousand rupees. It also provides for a punishment of up to one year. According to the officials, a fine of up to 10 thousand rupees will be imposed even if the registration mark is not seen. According to officials, the trend of vehicles without registration plates is increasing rapidly in the capital.  
Officials said that in some cases, it has been seen that the vehicle owners were pasting paper seats with the registration plates. "Showrooms should issue vehicles along with registration numbers. According to the officials, vehicles are being driven without a valid registered plate, in such a situation, if they commit an accident, it becomes impossible to detect them. The SOP states that as per Section 39 of the MV Act, no person shall drive any motor vehicle and no owner of the motor vehicle shall allow the vehicle to ply in any public place or any other place unless the vehicle is registered. High security registration plates have been made mandatory in Delhi from April 2019. These plates are given to dealers by automakers. These plates have a registration mark. According to the officials, the purpose of issuing the SOP is to sensitize the enforcement officers to take action against vehicles plying on the road without registration and to follow this rule. At the same time, there is a provision to impose penalty or action against the dealers for violating.  

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