Agro Haryana

NGT rejected SPG's request, did not extend the life of PM's 3 diesel vehicles

PM Modi Convoy: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has rejected the application of the Special Protection Group (SPG) to extend the registration of three armored diesel vehicles used for the security of the Prime Minister.
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NGT rejected SPG's request, did not extend the life of PM's 3 diesel vehicles

Agro Haryana, New Delhi PM Modi Convoy Vehicles: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has rejected the application of the Special Protection Group (SPG) to extend the registration of three armored diesel vehicles used for the security of the Prime Minister. 

In its order dated March 22, the NGT's principal bench of Justice Prakash Srivastava and expert member Dr. A Senthil Vel cited the Supreme Court's October 2018 verdict, which banned the plying of diesel vehicles older than 10 years in Delhi-NCR. Was installed.

The NGT bench held that "these three vehicles are built for special purposes and are not generally available. These vehicles have been run very rarely in the last ten years and are necessary for the security of the Prime Minister. But, the Supreme "In view of the Court's order dated 29.10.2018...this application cannot be allowed. Therefore, it is dismissed." 

Let us inform that SPG had requested the NGT to "direct the Transport Department, NCT Delhi/Registration Authority to allow extension of the registration period of Special Armored Vehicles (3) by 5 years i.e. till 23/12/2029."

It was requested that this vehicle is a very important and integral part of Special Protection Group Technical Logistics.

These three armored vehicles are Renault MD-5, which were manufactured in the year 2013 and were registered in December 2014. These three have driven only 6,000 km, 9,500 km and 15,000 km in the last 9 years. Actually, they are used only for specific tactical purposes. 

However, these vehicles were initially registered to be driven for 15 years, hence their registration validity was December 2029. But, according to the 2018 order of the Supreme Court, they will be canceled in December 2024 after completion of 10 years.

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