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In such a situation, many vehicles that have been spoiled on the roads of the corporation under these zones have been spewing dust for years. It also causes problems in movement. In this regard, Bhupendra Gupta, a member of the Standing Committee, said that many people leave bad vehicles standing on the roads of the corporation which keep rotting on the roads for years.
This causes trouble to the commuters. At the same time, there is a risk of mosquito-borne diseases in the rainy season. In view of this, the corporation has taken this decision. Gupta said that fines of Rs 2 per kg per day will be levied in respect of defective vehicles parked on the main roads of the corporation. That is, if the weight of a vehicle is 500 kg, then a thousand rupees a day will be fined.
Currently 200 vehicles are lying in the corporation’s enclosure.
At present, there are 200 vehicles in the corporation’s fence which have been lifted from the corporation’s roads. In such a situation, the owners of these vehicles will be informed to release the vehicles first. If there is no response from the owners then these vehicles will be auctioned. The corporation will also get significant revenue from this.
Will help improve the financial situation
The Southern Corporation, which is struggling with economic slowdown, will help improve the economic condition after this proposal. With this proposal, the corporation can get revenue of lakhs of rupees. At the same time, it is also being told that to increase the revenue for future, the corporation can also increase it so that the corporation will get more revenue.
There will be no action on the routes of the colonies
The Corporation will not take action against the defective vehicles standing in the colony under the Corporation. This action will be taken only on the routes of the corporation on which there is more movement of vehicles. However, the Corporation will also make efforts to remove faulty vehicles parked in the colonies.