supreme court allows registration of these bs4 vehicles procured by mcd, delhi police. Supreme Court granted relief to these departments for registration of BS-IV vehicles

New Delhi The Supreme Court on Friday has allowed registration of BS-IV diesel vehicles purchased before April 1, 2020. Vehicles that will be registered will be used by the Municipal Corporation (MCD) and Delhi Police in essential public services. A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde ordered that diesel vehicles purchased before 1 April which would be used for essential public service, would be registered as per BS-IV norms and BS-1 purchased after 1 April. Only registration of VI vehicles will be done.

Vehicles purchased before April 1
The court has also allowed registration of CNG vehicles following all the rules. The apex court has said in its order that registration of only three types of vehicles CNG, BS-IV and BS-VI vehicles will be considered.

The Supreme Court said that till the registration does not start, the Delhi Transport Department should provide a provisional certificate to these vehicles. During the hearing of this case, Chief Justice (CJI) said that the Transport Department should issue temporary registration for diesel vehicles being used in special services. The court said that this order will be changed after the corona virus epidemic.

Only those BS-IV diesel vehicles that have been purchased by the municipal corporations before April 1 and will be used by essential services like garbage lifting and public utilities, will only be registered.

Earlier, the Federation of Automobile Dealers Association (FADA) approached the apex court seeking extension of the March 31 deadline for the sale of BS-IV vehicles based on the loss of sales due to the lockdown imposed in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic. was.

These vehicles will become useless
If you have bought a BS-IV vehicle before 31 March 2020 but its registration has not been done, then know that its window has been opened in RTO (Regional Transport Office). Now the registration of Supreme Court order has started in all RTOs in Uttar Pradesh. Please tell that the court has given exemption of all registrations on the e-portal, including the Temporary Registration. However, the exemption is not applicable for Delhi-NCR.

According to the Supreme Court order, registration of such vehicles is not allowed in Delhi-NCR. Only those BS-IV vehicles that were sold before lockdown and vehicles were uploaded on the e-portal. However, there will be no registration of BS-IV vehicles sold after 31 March.

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