The pollution in Delhi is at its peak level now. The pollution percentage is on another level which is currently very dangerous for every single resident of Delhi NCR. By looking at the government of Delhi has not made a new decision. From now onwards only electric, CNG, and and BS-VI buses are going to be allowed to ply between Delhi and NCR. This news was announced recently, From today just CNG, Electric, and BS-Vi buses are going to be seen plying. In this article we have shared all the details regarding this action so read this article till the end very carefully without missing any line of this article.
From 1st November 2023, Wednesday, which means today all the buses are going to operate between Delhi and other cities of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan that are under NCR region. The buses that are going to be seen are electric, CNG, and BS-VI diesel. Now the main aim of the Delhi government is to transition electrical vehicles to curb pollution. Recently, the Commission for Air Quality Management has claimed that to curb pollution and to improve the air quality, from now just electric, CNG, and BS-VI-compliant diesel buses are going to be seen to ply between Delhi and the NCR.
According to the source, the direction has now been sent to Delhi-NCR authorities so that they can reduce the emission from diesel-powered buses and also control the pollution level in Delhi and NCR regions. From Wednesday, all the buses that are operating between Deli and the cities of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh (UP), and Rajasthan which come under the region of the National Capital Region (NCR) must either be CNG, electric, or BS-Vi diesel buses. It has been mentioned by the official that the buses that are going to ply between non-NCR areas of Rajasthan to Delhi should just be BS-Vi, CNG, and electrical buses from 1st January 2024. And for the buses of Uttar Pradesh which operate within eight NCR districts have to be BS-VI compliant diesel buses from 1st April 2024.
It has officially announced that the buses that are coming to the National capital from Haryana now should run electric buses, CNG, or BS-Vi diesel. But the other regions of NCR, like Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, have to follow the norms which coming to the city from today. Recently, the transport department issued a notice to Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana in which there are all the guidelines regarding the bus rule from today.