Vehicles that spread pollution – Vehicles that spread pollution, citizens’ lives are at risk

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Vehicles that circulate on the city streets cause a lot of pollution. The owners of these vehicles not only harm the environment, but also endanger the lives of the general public. On Saturday, the Ministry of Transport launched a pollution control campaign. 43 vehicles were checked. Of these, seven vehicles were found that violated the emission standards. At the rate of 10,000 rupees per vehicle, a challan of 70,000 rupees was deducted for all these vehicles. In addition, pollutant test centers for vehicles were also checked.
A team from ARTO Enforcement Amitabh and traffic police under the direction of Divisional Transport Officer (Enforcement) Fariduddin carried out the checks. Fariduddin said a special campaign has been launched to control pollution from private and commercial vehicles. In this campaign, the level of pollution from machines in 43 vehicles was checked. If it was found that the pollution level of 7 vehicles was above the prescribed limit, 10,000 rupees per vehicle were questioned. In addition, the ARTO administration Ranjit Singh inspected five pollutant test centers. The machines installed in the pollutant test centers were checked.
In addition, the operators were made aware of road safety. During the investigation, all operators of the Pollution Test Center were instructed to check the pollutant content of the vehicles themselves using the app. Issue a pollution certificate in accordance with the standard. It was found that all inspection centers were working according to the standards. ARTO Enforcement Amitabh Chaturvedi and draws the driver’s attention to the fact that the pollution caused by the vehicles is not only dangerous for the environment, but also for human life. Vehicle exhaust can cause various diseases. Have your vehicles checked regularly. Traffic inspector KP Gaur, traffic policeman Jitendra Kumar, Praveen Mann, Mukesh Kumar, Raja and police officer Shri Ganesh Kumar were present.

Vehicles that circulate on the city streets cause a lot of pollution. The owners of these vehicles not only harm the environment, but also endanger the lives of the general public. On Saturday, the Ministry of Transport launched a pollution control campaign. 43 vehicles were checked. Of these, seven vehicles were found that violated the emission standards. At the rate of 10,000 rupees per vehicle, a challan of 70,000 rupees was deducted for all these vehicles. In addition, test centers for vehicle pollution were checked.

A team from ARTO Enforcement Amitabh and traffic police under the direction of Divisional Transport Officer (Enforcement) Fariduddin carried out the checks. Fariduddin said a special campaign has been launched to control pollution from private and commercial vehicles. In this campaign, the level of pollution from machines in 43 vehicles was checked. If it was found that the pollution level of 7 vehicles was above the prescribed limit, 10,000 rupees per vehicle were questioned. In addition, the ARTO administration Ranjit Singh inspected five pollutant test centers. The machines installed in the pollutant test centers were checked.

In addition, the operators were made aware of road safety. During the investigation, all operators of the Pollution Test Center were instructed to check the pollutant content of the vehicles themselves using the app. Issue a pollution certificate in accordance with the standard. It was found that all inspection centers were working according to the standards. ARTO Enforcement Amitabh Chaturvedi and draws the driver’s attention to the fact that the pollution caused by the vehicles is not only dangerous for the environment, but also for human life. Vehicle exhaust can cause various diseases. Have your vehicles checked regularly. Traffic inspector KP Gaur, traffic policeman Jitendra Kumar, Praveen Mann, Mukesh Kumar, Raja and police officer Shri Ganesh Kumar were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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