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High-security number plates must in Gurugram
High-security number plates have been made mandatory for all types of vehicles in Gurugram district. Deputy Commissioner (DC) Vinay Pratap Singh said the State Government has made it mandatory for all vehicle owners to install high-security number plates.
Those found violating the norms will be prosecuted by the traffic police. The traffic police have issued 219 challans to commercial vehicles and around 6,954 challans have been issued to non-commercial vehicles in the month of May and June so far.
The DC further said that the high-security number plate system would cut down on vehicle theft cases in the district.
However, cases of vehicle theft have increased till May 2018. According to official data released by the Gurugram Police, around 2003 cases of vehicle theft have been registered as compared to 1492 last year in the same duration. The data compiled by the police department shows that there has been a 34.25% rise in the number of vehicles stolen this year so far.
“The high-security number plates cannot be exchanged and if anyone tries to remove the number plate from the vehicle it will break. With the help high-security number plate we can find out the name and address of the vehicle owner. The number plate is mandatory for all types of vehicles in Gurugram,” the DC said.
Further, administration officials revealed that the procedure for getting the high-security number plates would be the same. After paying the vehicle registration fee, the applicant will get a receipt from an authorised vehicle dealer.
Finally, after showing the receipt, a high-security number plate would be issued to the concerned applicant.For commercial vehicles, the applicant would get a receipt from Regional Transport Office and non-commercial a receipt would get a receipt from E-Disha centres.
“The charges of the number plate would be depending on a type of vehicles. It is mandatory for the residents they should install high-security number plate's vehicles whether they have old or new vehicles. ,” Singh, said.
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