The Assam government Friday directed the transport department to act against drivers and owners of vehicles using tinted glasses and solar films by the end of this month.
The Supreme Court last year banned the use of tinted glass, restricting visions beyond permissible limit as fixed under the Motor Vehicles Act, in vehicles.
Delhi Traffic Police has formed special units to keep a check on vehicles with tinted glasses entering the national capital.
The Tripura Police warned of strict action against owners of the vehicles with tinted glasses in order to curb crime in moving vehicles.
SC warned the Director Generals of Police and Commissioners of Police to take action on use of tinted glasses in vehicles.
The Supreme Court has expressed its dissatisfaction over tardy implementation of its directions banning the use of tint on car windows, beyond a permissible limit, in Delhi.
Around 25,000 people were prosecuted in the past nine days for not tinted glasses from their vehicles despite a Supreme Court order.
About 24,000 people have been prosecuted for tinted glasses on their vehicles and Rs.24 lakh collected in fines for the violation since the start of the drive May 4.
Come Friday, 50 teams of the Delhi traffic police will be stationed in the capital to crack the whip on vehicles with tinted glasses.
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