Anti-pollution drive in Delhi from June 11
New Delhi: The Delhi government will launch an anti-pollution drive from June 11 during which private and commercial vehicles will be checked and fined if found running without pollution under control (PUC) certificate, a minister said Thursday.
"During the drive, all types of commercial and private vehicles would be checked and fined, challaned or impounded," said Transport Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely.
Thirty mobile teams have been constituted for the drive which will continue till June 18.
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