Singer Palash Sen bids farewell to his old diesel Toyota Fortuner and complains about NGT rules | Automotive News
Palash Sen, the lead singer of Euphoria, recently expressed his feelings and opinions regarding the rules of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in New Delhi. In accordance with NGT rules, all diesel vehicles ten years old on 1 January 2021 will be deregistered. Given the rule, Palash’s Toyota Fortuner that he bought in 2012 is no longer fit to be used under the rules.
According to a ruling by the National Green Tribunal, the use of 10 and 15 year old diesel powered petrol cars is banned in New Delhi. To ensure that this law is strictly adhered to, all registration authorities and RTO offices in New Delhi can provide a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to transfer these older cars to other states where this rule is n is not currently in place.
Palash began his post by calling his Toyota Fortuner “My highway star!” followed by “This is a complaint message.” He continued his post by expressing more of his opinions. Bidding farewell to his favorite car, he said, “It’s my car, the Toyota Fortuner, my treasure. trouble.”
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He further compared the pollution produced by his vehicle to that produced by the burning of farm stubble and several factories in the National Capital Region. Palash Sen claims that he now loses his car due to the harsh NGT rule, citing the fact that he is a law-abiding citizen. He ended his heartbreaking Facebook post by adding that all he wanted to do was share his love for Fortuner and his anguish at having to leave with him.