National Green Tribunal on Wednesday again held that 10-year diesel vehicles would not ply in Delhi and National Capital Region.
The directions were issued after a bench headed by chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel disposed of a nearly four-year-old case on air pollution in the capital.
The order further stated that new diesel vehicles, which are not BS-IV or those not needed for essential (such as ambulances, petrol, food carriers, fire service, sewer cleaning machines), should not be registered. Read more
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