New Delhi, August 13
In a giant reduction to 1000’s of individuals, the Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the registration of BS-IV autos, which had been bought until March 31 however couldn’t be registered as a result of nationwide lockdown earlier than the March 31 deadline.
A Bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra stated all registrations on e-portal, together with non permanent registrations, are allowed. However, the relief gained’t be relevant to Delhi-NCR.
“We cannot be allowing registration of vehicles in Delhi-NCR. This is not applicable to Delhi-NCR,” famous the highest court docket.
The prime court docket famous that there have been sure autos, particulars of which weren’t uploaded on the VAHAN e-services portal for registration of autos, and these gross sales had been made regardless of the court docket’s orders that no registration would happen for gross sales submit March 31.
The prime court docket additionally disallowed the registration of some autos which had been offered by the sellers through the lockdown interval.
Senior advocate KV Viswanathan, showing for the Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations, submitted earlier than the court docket, “We will comply with whatever the court says. But I urge you to dispel any thoughts that there was any wrongdoing or misuse of the lockdown period.” — IANS