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No order banning entry of diesel vehicles in Delhi, says CTI chairman, Auto Information, Automobilnews – Information by Automobilnews.eu

No order banning entry of diesel vehicles in Delhi, says CTI chairman, Auto Information, Automobilnews



The Delhi authorities has not issued any order on banning entry of diesel vehicles within the nationwide capital from October 1, mentioned chairman of Chamber of Commerce and Trade (CTI) Brijesh Goyal, after his assembly with Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot. Goyal met Gahlot right here on Wednesday who knowledgeable him {that a} determination on the ban will likely be taken solely after dialogue.

Goyal gave a letter to the transport minister on behalf of the Delhi merchants and conveyed their concern.

The minister assured that the federal government will maintain the pursuits of the merchants on this problem, Goyal mentioned.

“The minister mentioned that such a proposal had come up for dialogue however no such official order has been issued and the federal government will absolutely maintain the pursuits of the merchants, manufacturing unit house owners, transporters of Delhi earlier than taking any determination,” he mentioned.

The CTI chairman mentioned he instructed Gahlot that about 10 lakh merchants, manufacturing unit house owners and transporters of Delhi are fearful as some media experiences urged that the entry of diesel vehicles goes to be banned in Delhi from October 1.

“October and November months witness peak enterprise owing to Diwali and different festivals. Other than this, the season of weddings additionally begins in November, attributable to which businessmen in addition to basic public will likely be left inconvenienced because of the ban,” Goyal mentioned.

Greater than 100 enterprise associations, trade associations and transport associations of Delhi have contacted CTI to precise their concern on the matter, he mentioned.

Officers had mentioned that the federal government was more likely to ban the entry of medium and heavy diesel autos from October to February, in a bid to curb air air pollution within the nationwide capital.

The Delhi authorities has determined to ban the entry of medium and heavy items autos within the capital from October to February to curb vehicular air pollution.

Confederation of All India Merchants (CAIT) Secretary Normal Praveen Khandelwal mentioned this determination of the federal government is redundant and has been taken with out taking the implications into consideration.

The Delhi authorities had additionally written on June 15 to its neighbouring states, together with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, urging them to permit solely BS VI-compliant buses to enter town from October 1 to be able to assist management air air pollution.



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No order banning entry of diesel vehicles in Delhi, says CTI chairman, Auto Information, Automobilnews – Information by Automobilnews.eu
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