Delhi government is continuing its campaign against vehicles without High-Security Registration Plates (HSRPs) and color-coded fuel stickers. Special Commissioner (Operations) KK Dahiya said that the Transport Department never stopped the campaign and issued more than 120 invoices to the people violating the rules.
Earlier, the Delhi High Court suggested giving the government more time to get color-coded fuel stickers and HSRP before imposing fines. Vehicles without High-Security Registration Plates and stickers are being fined Rs 5,500.
Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot earlier this week asked stakeholders to provide unique reference numbers related to the complaint of HSRP and color-coded stickers and resolve complaints within three-four working days.
The honorable Supreme Court had instructed all the states to ensure the affixation of HSRP and color-coded stickers on vehicles for safety and easy identification of fuel types.