New Delhi: The drive against vehicles without high-security registration plates (HSRP) and colour-coded fuel stickers continued in Delhi as 205 challans were issued on Saturday.
As per an official, 120 challans were issued since December 21 for violations of norms. The transport department is acting tough on the vehicle owners who are violating the norms.
“A limited enforcement cum sensitisation drive is going on. Lesser challans were issued in the last three days due to the Christmas celebrations,” the official said.
At present, nine enforcement teams have been deployed in the city to implement the drive.
The court has ordered that installations of high-security registration plates and colour-coded fuel stickers are mandatory for all the vehicles in the city.
However, the Delhi High Court on Thursday suggested that the government should give more time to people to procure HSRPs and stickers.
Currently, there is a fine of Rs 5,500 for vehicles without HSRPs and stickers.