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Andhra Pradesh Excessive Court docket orders launch of 5 BS-III autos confiscated by RTA

The Andhra Pradesh Excessive Court docket has issued an order to Street Transport Authority (RTA) officers of Anantapur and the Station Home Officers of Anantapur and Tadipatri police stations to launch 5 (tippers) of the 154 autos that had been seized in February 2020 on prices of registering BS-III autos as BS-IV autos by submitting faux paperwork. 

Deputy Transport Commissioner (Anantapur) N. Sivarama Prasad mentioned that the division officers and the SHOs of Anantapur I-City, Tadipatri City, and Tadipatri Rural police stations would observe the process precribed by the Excessive Court docket for scrapping the autos and releasing them to their respective homeowners for disposal.

The court docket handed a typical order after listening to a batch of writ petitions filed in August 2021, directing the police and RTA officers to safe the engine and chassis numbers of the autos and scrap them within the presence of the petitioners. The court docket additionally ordered that the video of all the continuing have to be recorded and it must be submitted to the trial court docket in Anantapur in lieu of the fabric proof within the unique case within the seizing the BS-III autos.

The petitioners had submitted earlier than the Excessive Court docket that they’d unknowingly bought the autos with faux BS-certificate from Jatadhara Industries and C. Gopala Reddy and Co., which is expounded to Tadipatri Municipal Chairperson J.C. Prabahakar Reddy’s household.

The court docket allowed the petitioners to promote the autos as scrap and recuperate some quantity to financially assist them as ‘it was not their mistake’ within the unique case of registering BS-III autos as BS-IV autos. All 154 autos had been registered in Anantapur, Kurnool, Nellore, and different locations and people had been confiscated in 2020.



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