UP, 31/1 (AO Bureau) The UP Transport Department has now started showing strictness regarding the High-Security Number Plate (HSRP). Due to the lack of high-security number plate on vehicles from Monday i.e. February 1, 13 trains connected to almost all transport offices of the state including Ghaziabad RTO will be stopped. The Transport Department has implemented this rule from February 1. Especially now it has become mandatory to install high-security number plates in commercial vehicles. Recently, the UP government issued an order saying that if vehicles do not get HSRP by April 15, then from April 16, a fine of Rs 5000 will be charged.
In fact, from February 1, all the RTOs in the state including Ghaziabad and Noida have a second copy of the registration certificate of vehicles without HSRP, vehicle registration transfer, change of address, renewal of registration, no objection certificate, hypothecation cancellation, hypothecation endorsement, new permit Temporary permits, special permits, disposal of vehicles with EMI, monthly tax and national permits will not work.