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Scrapping policy: K’taka govt may get rid of 39L vehicles


Team Udayavani, Feb 11, 2021, 12:25 PM IST

Bengaluru: As many as thirty-nine lakh vehicles in the state will have to be scrapped if the government notifies a new rule prohibiting the use of old vehicles.

As per the rule, private vehicles aged above 20 years and commercial vehicles (yellow number plate) aged over 15 years have to be scrapped.

Of the 2.46 crore vehicles in Karnataka, about 39 lakh have to be scrapped to comply with the rule or pay green tax.

Though the officials believe it is necessary to reduce pollution, the rule, proposed by the Centre, has is facing much opposition.

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