Delhi government challenges Scrapping Policy in High Court, this argument put in petition

Scrap policy challenged in Delhi High Court.

Scrap policy challenged in Delhi High Court.

Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari announced a scraping policy in Losabha last month. After the implementation of this policy, 15 year old commercial vehicles and 20 year old private vehicles will need fitness certificate.

New Delhi. A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government’s guidelines on motor vehicle junk, stating that the mandate of license under these rules will harm small and medium scale junk businessmen. The petition said, “These guidelines will harm small and medium vehicle junkies who have been doing this work for generations.”

Put these arguments in the petition – Inderjeet Singh, a resident of Delhi, has claimed in his petition that small businesses were not consulted before issuing the Delhi Motor Vehicle Junk, 2018 guidelines. The petition also states that the guidelines are ‘unconstitutional, arbitrary and unjust’. Also, are contrary to the Motor Vehicles Act. Because under these, the Center has been given the power to set rules regarding the ways of recycling vehicles and their parts. In the petition, the court has been requested to declare these guidelines invalid.

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Announced in Lok Sabha in March – Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari announced a scraping policy in Losabha last month. After the implementation of this policy, 15 year old commercial vehicles and 20 year old private vehicles will need fitness certificate. If these vehicles fail the fitness test, then these vehicles will be junked under the scraping policy.8 year old vehicles will have to pay green tax After the implementation of the scraping policy, 8 years old commercial and private vehicles will have to pay green tax. This tax will be 15 to 20 percent of road tax and the money collected from this tax will be spent on the prevention of pollution.

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Discounts will be available for the purchase of a new vehicle If you scrap your old vehicle in scraping policy, then you will get a rebate of up to 5 percent on buying a new vehicle. With this, the government will get a rebate of 15 to 25 percent on road tax. With this, the registration fee will be waived. At the same time, you will also get 4 to 6 percent of the value of the scrap vehicle as an incentive.

Shortage of raw materials will be overcome. After the scraping policy is implemented, auto companies will not have to import steel, plastic, rubber and many other essential things from abroad for the manufacture of vehicles. Because the old vehicles will be junked in the scraping policy. The auto sector will use steel, plastic and rubber by recycling them. Which will automatically reduce the price of new vehicles.




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