Supreme Court asks Centre to bring Long- term action plan against pollution, before claiming ban lifting on diesel cabs

Supreme Court asks Centre to bring Long- term action plan against pollution, before claiming ban lifting on diesel cabs

New Delhi: Today, when the Central Government and also Delhi Government along with the Car Manufacturer and Taxi Operators re- appeared before honourable Supreme Court of India clamouring for easing of the Ban completely on the Diesel taxies in the Delhi and National Capital Region- NCR, the Court asked them to submit a Long- Term action plan on curbing the environmental Pollution. While claiming for the such long- term plan, the Apex Court’s bench comprising of the Chief Justice of India- T. S. Thakur  and also Justice- A. K. Sikri…

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Central Government moves Supreme Court on its Ban against diesel vehicles

Central Government moves Supreme Court on its Ban against diesel vehicles

New Delhi: Today, on Thursday, 5th May, the Central Government has moved to the Supreme Court of India for seeking the relaxation of its ban in Delhi and national capital region on diesel taxis. Moreover, in the claim by the Central Government, it has contended that the BPOs are strongly affected by ban on diesel taxis. In its demand, the BPOs are using a large number of the taxis for the ferry employees. Moreover, in the arguments by the Central Government, the “BPOs bring dollars of foreign exchange. This may…

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Delhi- NCR’s Diesel Taxi Ban issue: Taxi Drivers to feel insecure as to their installments to loan payments

Delhi- NCR’s Diesel Taxi Ban issue: Taxi Drivers to feel insecure as to their installments to loan payments

New Delhi: The highest Judicial office in India is Supreme Court which had earlier made a 30th April Order and formulated a deadline given against the diesel taxis owners for switching their vehicles to CNG, and now the court refusing to hear any extending period plea, if this would be to retrospective effect to the said 30 April Order, then question arises will it not cause “undue hardships” to thousands of the taxi drivers in NCR- national capital regions with diesel cars. It was on the 30th day of the…

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