Thursday, July 19, 2018

Even President vehicle must have number HC

The Delhi high court on 18 July 2018 said that every vehicle, including those of top constitutional authorities, must be registered as per the Motor Vehicles Act and display the registration number.
Vehicles carrying VVIPs in Delhi will now have to display their registration number plates.
A bench of acting chief justice Gita Mittal and justice C Hari Shankar said every vehicle in Delhi has to comply with the law. “There can be no doubt that every vehicle has to comport with the Motor Vehicles Act and has to be registered with a registering authority, and must display the registration number,” the bench noted, while disposing of an NGO’s plea, seeking to enforce the display of registration number on cars of constitutional authorities such as the President, the Vice President and other dignitaries.
The NGO said that a person meeting with an accident involving a car without a registration number plate cannot bring any claim against it.

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