Supreme Court extends ban on 2000cc diesel vehicle registration in Delhi

The Supreme Court of India had temporarily banned registration of cars and SUVs powered by diesel engines with cubic capacity of 2.0-litre or above till March 31, 2016. This directive had been issued in December last year. The Supreme Court has now extended this ban till April 30, 2016. The apex constitutional court has also extended the time frame for cabs to convert from diesel to CNG by one month.

After the ban was announced in December, Mahindra, Mercedes-Benz and Toyota had filed a plea against the ban. These three manufacturers...

Updated Date: Mar 31, 2016 17:10 PM

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