The Transport Department of Delhi will likely to start sending notice to vehicle owners who do not have valid Pollution Under Control Certificate (PUCC). The Transport Department will follow up a notice with a challan of Rs 10,000 or imprisonment of up to six months if the certificates are not found.
As per the Delhi Transport Department, there are over 17 lakh vehicles in the national capital without valid PUCC. This includes 13 lakh two-wheeler.
As per the Central Motor Vehicles, every motor vehicle should have a valid PUC certificate after the expiry of period of the one year. This includes CNG, LPG, BS-I, BS-II, BS-III, and BS-IV.