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Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Danger of pollution in Ahmedabad, now heavy vehicles no-entry into the city during the day, concessions only for RTO operations

Big decision: Danger of pollution in Ahmedabad, now heavy vehicles no-entry into the city during the day, concessions only for RTO operations




Vehicles coming for RTO operations from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Passenger vehicle, capacity 33 seater mini bus will be able to enter inside the city



The problem of pollution in the city is increasing day by day. Pollution levels in the city remained normal due to the two-day curfew. But pollution has risen again since yesterday morning. A major decision has been taken by Police Commissioner Sanjay Srivastava in this regard. Under this, the movement of tractors, trucks or other heavy vehicles is now banned in the city from 8 am to 9 pm. Vehicles coming for RTO operations will then get a concession from 10 am to 6 pm.

The problem of pollution in Ahmedabad has been increasing for a long time. Now a notification has been issued under the Ahmedabad Police Commissioner Motor Vehicle Act to stop it. According to the notification, heavy vehicles including tractors and trucks have been banned from entering the city from 8 am to 9 pm from now on. Vehicles wishing to come to the RTO for work are allowed only from 10 am to 6 pm.

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Vehicles weighing up to 7500 kg will be able to enter the city

* All light goods vehicles and light passenger vehicles with a total weight of up to 7500 kg will be allowed to enter the city, except for the movement of vehicles in the city from 8 am to 9 pm is prohibited. Passenger vehicles entering the city, mini buses with a capacity of up to 33 seats will be able to enter the city.

* Admission will be available only from 10 am to 6 pm on the route shown below for the functioning of RTO office only.

* Subhash Bridge can be used for commuting to and from RTO office using Sardar Patel Ring Road from Zundal Tapovan Circle to Visat Petrol Pump, Acher Char Rasta, Chiman Bhai Patel Bridge only for RTO office work.




* From Sardar Patel Ring Road to Shantipura turn right from Bopal side and from Sardar Patel Ring to Sanathal Circle directly from Ujala Circle to ISKCON Circle crossroads to Shivaranj crossroads to the left 132 feet straight to RTO office.

* For the work of Vastraal RTO office, using Sardar Patel Ring Road, Vastraal is four lanes, only RTO office work can come and go.

* Disclosure of essential commodities such as milk-vegetables, fruits, petrol as well as diesel vehicles is allowed to arrive between 9 am to 1 pm and 4 pm to 9 pm.


Smoke is
usually more harmful to a person's health than dust . But if it is more than the prescribed amount, it can be harmful to human health. Such particulate matter is on the rise in major Indian cities. In which especially smoke and dust particles are the main responsible pollutants in the atmosphere. Smoke from this pollutant is the most harmful to the health of any person. Respiratory diseases are becoming more prevalent among people due to the increasing amount of smoke and dust. Dust-smoke is also a major factor in cancer. Most affect the respiratory system of children.






These causes further spread of air pollution in Ahmedabad
- frequent fires in Pirana waste dumps
- dust from construction and large projects
- soil erosion from open plots
- also responsible for public waste burning activities.

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