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Gahlot announces steps to reduce rush at Delhi pollution checking centres

Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot on Wednesday announced measures including increase in capacity of computer server to deal with rush at pollution checking centres in the national capital due to implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act from September 1.The minister said the Transport Department witnessed a three-fold increase in the number of applications for pollution certificates from 15,000 to 45,000 on average per day after the implementation of the new Motor Vehicles Act. We also received complaints of malpractices in pollution checking centres and two of them were suspended. We will take strict action against the violators, Gahlot said.He said all the 941 centres functional from 7 am to 10 pm to deal with the rush in the pollution checking centres. The server capacity has been increased nearly twice. Now, the Transport Department can handle 6,000 online applications per hour comparing to 3,200 applications per hour, he said.He said the Delhi Government has decided to


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