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Don’t take tension, the challan will not be deducted for high security number plate and fuel based sticker at the moment!

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New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has suggested to the Aam Aadmi Party government (AAP) that it should provide fuel-based color stickers and high security to people before they start imposing a fine of Rs 5,500 for violating the rules. Give more time to acquire the number plate (HSRP).

Congress leader filed a petition

A bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Talwant Singh said that the Delhi government should not create panic among the citizens as some people can take advantage of the situation. The court also said that in August this year, it was not the right time to issue advertisements about the requirement of stickers and HSRP by the Delhi government. The court said this while hearing a PIL filed by Delhi Pradesh Congress (Congress) committee chief Anil Kumar.

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The petition alleged that ‘original equipment manufacturers’ were charging additional fees for color-based stickers and HSRP mandated for vehicles in the national capital Delhi. Advocate Sunil Fernandes, appearing on behalf of the petitioner Anil Kumar, told the court that the challan campaign started by the Delhi government is creating panic among the people. People are struggling to get these stickers and HSRP so that they do not have to face fines.

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Appearing on behalf of the Delhi government, Additional Government Advocate Satyakam told the court that the Delhi government has nothing to do with fixing the rate of stickers and HSRP and only wants to implement the directions of the apex court. , Under which it was said that all vehicles should have HSRP and stickers.

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