‘start Registration Of New Cng Vehicles’ – Register new CNG vehicles immediately


Saharanpur. Deputy Transport Commissioner Meerut (Zone) Rajiv Kumar Srivastava said that the registration of new CNG vehicles (buses and trucks) should be started immediately. Apart from this, notices should be sent to the owners and operators of vehicles, especially school vehicles whose fitness has failed.
On Wednesday, he held a meeting with the officials of the Transport Department of all the three districts of the division in the office of the Divisional Transport Officer. The Deputy Transport Commissioner said that 100% recovery of the outstanding tax/additional tax should be made from the vehicles and the vehicles/school vehicles whose fitness failed, send notice to the vehicle owner/principal of the school. At the same time, on the information that the work of driving license is pending, he assured to increase the slots soon and solve the problems related to registration of commercial tractors.
In the meeting, he was told that in this financial year from April 1 to September 15, a total amount of Rs 55.84 crore is outstanding from 25307 vehicles in all three districts of Saharanpur division, in which notices have been sent to 14731 vehicles and recovery certificate (RC) of 622 vehicles. has been issued. 3.96 crore has been recovered from 6229 outstanding vehicles in this financial year.
The meeting was attended by RTO (Administration) Devmani Bhartiya, RTO (Enforcement) Radheshyam, ARTO (Administration) Mahendra Babu Gupta, ARTO (Enforcement) Ramprakash Mishra, ARTO Muzaffarnagar Nitin Mishra, ARTO Shamli Munshilal, Passenger/Malkar Officer Khemanand Pandey and Divisional Inspector (Technical). Amit Saini was present.

Saharanpur. Deputy Transport Commissioner Meerut (Zone) Rajiv Kumar Srivastava said that the registration of new CNG vehicles (buses and trucks) should be started immediately. Apart from this, notices should be sent to the owners and operators of vehicles, especially school vehicles whose fitness has failed.

On Wednesday, he held a meeting with the officials of the Transport Department of all the three districts of the division in the office of the Divisional Transport Officer. The Deputy Transport Commissioner said that 100% recovery of the outstanding tax/additional tax should be made from the vehicles and the vehicles/school vehicles whose fitness failed, send notice to the vehicle owner/principal of the school. At the same time, on the information that the work of driving license is pending, he assured to increase the slots soon and solve the problems related to registration of commercial tractors.

In the meeting, he was told that in this financial year from April 1 to September 15, a total amount of Rs 55.84 crore is outstanding from 25307 vehicles in all three districts of Saharanpur division, in which notices have been sent to 14731 vehicles and recovery certificate (RC) of 622 vehicles. has been issued. 3.96 crore has been recovered from 6229 outstanding vehicles in this financial year.

The meeting was attended by RTO (Administration) Devmani Bhartiya, RTO (Enforcement) Radheshyam, ARTO (Administration) Mahendra Babu Gupta, ARTO (Enforcement) Ramprakash Mishra, ARTO Muzaffarnagar Nitin Mishra, ARTO Shamli Munshilal, Passenger/Malkar Officer Khemanand Pandey and Divisional Inspector (Technical). Amit Saini was present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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