New Delhi sources have stated that the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has allowed registration of diesel ambulances of the premier medical institute AIIMS which conform to BS-IV emission norms. Meanwhile a bench headed by acting Chairperson Justice U D Salvi granted the relief to the applicant after it assured the tribunal that it does not possess vehicles which were more than 10 years old.
Sources have stated that the tribunal directed the applicant to file an affidavit before the RTO that they do not possess any diesel vehicle which is more than 10 years old. Accordingly "We allow these applications directing the Transport Commissioner, Transport Department, Government of NCT Delhi to register the vehicles referred to in the applications on the condition that the new vehicles that are sought to be registered now should be BS-IV compliant”.
Moreover the NGT also directed the applicant to furnish details of
the other vehicles owned by them in the form of affidavit and made it clear
that these ambulances will be used only for carrying patients and medical
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