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Action against vehicles spreading pollution in Chhattisgarh

Thursday, 1 July 2010 - 3:18pm IST | Place: Raipur | Agency: PTI
NK Aswaal, principal secretary of transportation department, had yesterday given directions and instructions in this connection at a review meeting organised by regional transport offices.
The Chhattisgarh government has decided to take action against vehicles without pollution certificates and reflectors, official sources said today.
 
Permits of such vehicles will also be cancelled, they said.
 
NK Aswaal, principal secretary of transportation department, had yesterday given directions and instructions in this connection at a review meeting organised by regional transport offices, they said.
 
Besides, a survey will be conducted in rural areas in the state, where at present there is a lack of passenger bus service and according to the survey, necessary passenger facility will be made available, they said.
 
The transportation department has earned a revenue of Rs30 crore 32 lakh in the month of May this year which is 19.17% more than the collection last year, sources added.



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