Famous singer Palash Sen complains about 10-year diesel car ban rule

Much has been said recently about the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order to scrap 10-year-old diesel cars and 15-year-old petrol cars in New Delhi. The move was made to curb rising pollution levels in the National Capital Region, with harmful gases emitted by vehicles believed to be one of the main reasons. Several ordinary people, mainly those who own such old vehicles, have repeatedly voiced their concerns on social media platforms, and joining this list of disappointed car owners is renowned singer Palash Sen.

In a recent Facebook post According to his account, ‘Euphoria’ singer Palash Sen expressed his feelings and opinions on this rule affirmed by the National Green Tribunal in New Delhi. Palash Sen recently parted ways with his ten-year-old first-generation Toyota Fortuner, which he acquired for himself in 2012. In 2022, the SUV has completed ten years of registration and, as per rule from NGT, the Fortuner is now unfit for use on public roads in New Delhi.

Palash Sen’s Fortuner Completed 10 Years

Palash Sen began his Facebook post by stating that it was a complaint, in which he said he did not know to whom he could express his views and concerns regarding this matter. In the post, he sounded sad as he bid farewell to his Toyota Fortuner, which he says has been his tough, trouble-free companion on countless motorway journeys for 10 years.

Calling it an absolute treasure, he expressed disappointment that his vehicle is now described as unfit without any fitness or pollution level checks. He also compared the pollution caused by the burning of stubble from farms and the multiple factories operating in the National Capital Region, to that produced by his vehicle.

Citing the reason why he is a law-abiding citizen, Palash Sen said he is now losing his car due to the strict NGT rule. He concluded his heartbreaking Facebook post by saying he just wanted to express his love for Fortuner and the sadness over his separation.

The National Green Tribunal rule states that the use of 10-year-old diesel cars and 15-year-old petrol cars is not allowed in New Delhi. To ensure that this rule is strictly adhered to, all registration authorities and RTO offices in New Delhi can issue a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for the transfer of such older vehicles to other states, where this rule is not in effect as of now. .

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