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Govt dilutes stand on mandatory AC cabins for truck drivers

Govt dilutes stand on mandatory AC cabins for truck drivers



NEW DELHI: The shipping ministry has diluted its in advance stand for obligatory air-conditioned cabin in vehicles for drivers after receiving objections from automobile producers.

Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari had introduced the concept of air-conditioned cabins to offer correct riding condition for truck drivers or even the ministry has vehemently argued for this during a parliamentary choose committee meeting announcing drivers need to have this right. But the car industry had objected to this. To discover a center direction, the ministry has positioned both the alternatives in a current notification. In any other notification, the ministry has unique that each one car complying BS-IV emission norms manufactured before April 2014 will be registered by using June 30, 2020. After this cut off date no such vehicle can be registered across the united states of America The ministry has notified this nicely in advance to keep away from any confusion. In April, there was fundamental chaos as Supreme Court stopped sale and registration of BS-III automobiles. Automobile producers had faced a tough time for the reason that they had been yet to exhaust their inventories.