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Delhi: Bad News For People Keeping More Than One Car

Do you park your car on the roadside around your house? If your answer is yes, then you have to be ready to pay a huge tax to the Delhi Government. This is because the Delhi Government is going to propose a new policy regarding road-side parking. Not only this, but it is also proposed to charge more fees for parking made during the day time and in the peak hours in the new parking policy made for Delhi. Under this rule, there will be a difference in parking fees during weekdays and weekends.

Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has approved this policy. Now this policy will be kept open for public and other participants’ views for a month. Around one crore vehicles are registered in Delhi, which is spreading record pollution. About nine and a half lakh of these vehicles are private and mostly stand on the side of the road. Due to which there is a lot of traffic jam in Delhi. In its new policy, the government has proposed to take action on these vehicles.

Under the new parking policy, some cars to be parked outside the house will be decided based on plot size; additional parking will be charged if more parking is to be done.

Road tax will be increased to discourage people from purchasing more than one car, and whoever buys more than one car, his road tax will automatically increase. Those who have more than two cars will have to pay a lot of parking fees. If cars have been parked on commercial roads like commercial area, parking fees will be charged even more.

Shahrukh Ahmed

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