without in the national capital Delhi ‘Pollution Control Certificate’ (PUCC) More than 1.5 lakh challans were issued against people driving vehicles till October 15 this year. Delhi Traffic Police gave this information on Saturday. According to data shared by the traffic police, a total of 1,58,762 challans were issued till October 15 this year, which is 50,662 more than the number of challans issued during the same period last year. According to the data, during the period from January 1 to October 15, 52,388 challans were issued in 2021 and 1,08,100 in 2022.
Maximum challan issued in Daryaganj
According to traffic police data, this year the maximum of 6,306 challans were issued in Daryaganj circle. After this, 6,254 challans were issued in Sarita Vihar, 5,595 in Rajouri Garden, 5,442 in Shahdara and 5,252 in Tilak Nagar.
Most bike challans were issued
According to the data, the traffic police issued the maximum 69,190 challans to motorcyclists. At the same time, 49,219 challans were issued to scooter drivers, 33,754 to car drivers and 1,556 to autorickshaw drivers.
Highest number of challans issued in 2023
According to traffic police data, a total of 81,246 challans were issued in 2019, 69,199 in 2020, 1,04,369 in 2021 and 1,31,799 in 2022.
Delhi traffic police strict on pollution
Delhi Traffic Police is taking several important steps to check and control air pollution in the city, including implementing the directions issued by the Supreme Court, National Green Tribunal, Air Quality Management Commission, Central Pollution Control Board, Environment Department/Delhi Pollution Is.
Fine up to Rs 10,000 for not having PUCC
It is mandatory for vehicles plying in India to have a valid PUCC and for their drivers to carry a copy of it. The main objective behind this is to allow only those vehicles to run on the roads, which are following the emission norms regulated by the central government. The statement said that there is a provision of a fine of Rs 10,000 for vehicles plying without a valid PUCC and cancellation of license for three months for the first offense.