Business conducted in the name of agriculture is at risk of loss to the government

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Deepak Sharma
On the one hand, the transport division is losing income through the use of the agriculturally approved tractor trolleys, and the city’s freight forwarders are also talking about an impairment of their business.
These tractors are used to transport cement, building materials, scrap used in factories, finished goods, etc. According to the Divisional Transport Department, a total of 52,813 tractors are registered in the Aligarh district. Of these, around 5200 are approved in the commercial category, the rest is used for other agricultural purposes, as the tractor owner has proven. Apart from that, say the experts in the area, there are also estimated to be more than 4,000 small and large illegal tractors driving in a circle. Campaigns are occasionally launched by the department, but this issue has not been fully resolved.
Small tractor wagons are currently driving around town, transporting vegetables, fruits, factory waste, finished goods, gate boxes, locks, groceries, plywood, building materials, etc. Goods are being moved from market to market. Transporters with small vans are threatened with losses. The pandemic has already worsened her condition. Because these people save money on registration, fitness, permit, etc. It spoils our tariffs
-VK Tiwari, transport dealer
Several types of tractors used in agricultural work are exempt from tax. If the suitability and approval of the tractor and trolley has to be in the commercial category Trolleys are taxed according to size and weight, but this is taxed by very few tractor owners.
Prateek Chaudhary, Attorney, Motor Vehicle Act
Incorrectly used tractor trolleys also endanger the safety of pedestrians in traffic. When it comes to claiming insurance after an accident, there are many problems that arise when the tractor is involved in the accident.
-Sharad Bansal, auto insurance specialist
The department is aware of the illegal use of tractor trolleys for commercial purposes and illegal operations. The department also takes action against them from time to time, but their number is steadily increasing. Preparations are under way to launch a massive campaign against them soon.
-Fariduddin, ARTO Enforcement

Deepak Sharma

On the one hand, the transport division is losing income through the use of the agriculturally approved tractor trolleys, and the city’s freight forwarders are also talking about an impairment of their business.

These tractors are used to transport cement, building materials, scrap used in factories, finished goods, etc. According to the Divisional Transport Department, a total of 52,813 tractors are registered in the Aligarh district. Of these, around 5200 are approved in the commercial category, the rest is used for other agricultural purposes, the tractor owner has proven. Apart from that, say the experts in the area, there are also estimated to be more than 4,000 small and large illegal tractors driving in a circle. Campaigns are started from time to time by the department, but this issue has not been fully resolved.

Small tractor wagons are currently driving around town, transporting vegetables, fruits, factory waste, finished goods, gate boxes, locks, groceries, plywood, building materials, etc. Goods are being moved from market to market. Transporters with small vans are threatened with losses. The pandemic has already worsened her condition. Because these people save money on registration, fitness, permit, etc. It spoils our tariffs

-VK Tiwari, transport dealer

Several types of tractors used in agricultural work are exempt from tax. If the suitability and approval of the tractor and trolley has to be in the commercial category Trolleys are taxed according to size and weight, but this is taxed by very few tractor owners.

Prateek Chaudhary, Attorney, Motor Vehicle Act

Incorrectly used tractor trolleys also endanger the safety of pedestrians in traffic. When it comes to claiming insurance after an accident, there are many problems that arise when the tractor is involved in the accident.

-Sharad Bansal, auto insurance specialist

The department is aware of the illegal use of tractor trolleys for commercial purposes and illegal operations. The department also takes action against them from time to time, but their number is steadily increasing. Preparations are under way to launch a massive campaign against them soon.

-Fariduddin, ARTO Enforcement

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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