NGT's Decision on Vehicles of more than 15 years old.

The decision of NGT to scrap vehicles in Delhi older than 15 years is welcome but surprising also as to why this is applicable only in Delhi and why not all over India. Such discarded vehicles will easily find a market in NCRs and other neighbouring states thus cause nuisance over there. NGT should make their decision uni formally all over India. more  

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I agree with Mr Ali Khan that 90 days ultimatum would be practical and that should include the junk lying at the Police Stations. more  
If not 30 days let them give 90 days and give wide publicity so that people have enough time to repair or dispose off the old vehicles. At least in 90 days junk should be removed which will bring down number of vehicles registered in transport authority, who should also facilitate easy scrapping of vehicle by simplifying procedure.
Steel factories will also get high grade raw material (scrapped vehicles) and reduce import of scrap to that extent saving precious foreign exchange for our country. more  
You are right. Athough this has been under consideration for quite some time but suddently implementation may put people in problem without giving them reasonable time deal with the situation. more  
If NGT means business, it should first give an ultimatum of 30 days to those whose vehicles have been lying as junk for years or else NGT will confiscate them for final scrapping. more  
Mr Ali you are true that lot many vehicles can be seen lying unclaimed and accidental in Police stations and on the roads which surely need to be removed. more  
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