The rules for PUC (pollution under control) certificate are going to change in the country very soon. The Road and Transport Ministry now intends to implement uniform PUC certification for all vehicles across the country.
According to the news published in English website Time of India, the QR code system will be implemented for PUC, it will contain all the necessary information of the vehicle, such as the vehicle owner name, registration number, emission status, etc.
According to the news, the Ministry of Road Transport has proposed a change in the Central Motor Vehicle Rules. The proposal states that before the PUC process is complete, an automatic SMS or system generated SMS will be sent to the registered mobile number of the vehicle owner. It will be known that the process for PUC certificate of his car has started.
This provision will put a check on the theft of vehicles, because as soon as another person goes to the testing center to get the PUC certificate of the stolen vehicle, the SMS will go to the real owner of the vehicle, so that it will be known which train center The PUC certification process has started
The Road Transport Ministry on Friday issued a draft notification on this proposal, and has invited suggestions and objections from the people. An official of the ministry said that the uniform format of the PUC certificate has been proposed to be linked to the national register of the PUC database.
Also the right to reject the PUC certificate
The Ministry of Road Transport has also proposed to reject the PUC certificate for the first time. The reason for this will also be given in the rejections slip. It will be told that the engine’s emission level is higher than the standard, so the PUC certificate has been rejected.
According to the proposal of the Ministry, if the Enforcement Officer feels that the emission level is not as per the prescribed standards then he will inform the owner of the vehicle in writing. The owner of the vehicle will be asked to go to any authorized PUC center and get the vehicle tested.
If the driver or the owner of the vehicle fails to submit the vehicle for compliance then he / she will have to pay a penalty under the Motor Vehicle Act. The owner of the vehicle may also have to pay a jail term of 3 months or a fine of up to Rs 10,000. His license can also be suspended for 3 months.
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