Delhi Government announces ban on diesel vehicles from October 1

New Delhi: The Delhi government has announced a ban on the entry of diesel vehicles from October 1 as part of an effort to check rising pollution in the capital. This decision of the government has been opposed by the Confederation of All India Traders. However, the Delhi government has said that vehicles carrying vegetables, fruits, grains, milk and other essential items will be allowed to move in the capital.

Confederation of All India Traders General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that due to this decision of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the traders of Delhi may have to suffer heavy losses. This can have a big impact on the distribution system of Delhi. Along with this, the neighboring states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana will also have to bear the brunt of this.

He said that the season after October is very important from the point of view of business. In such a situation, our entire transportation system can be messed up due to the ban on trucks. We may have to bear heavy losses.

Khandelwal said that due to the ban of these 5 months (October to February), we (businessmen) can lose thousands of crores. A large number of marriages take place during this time. Many big festivals are also celebrated. He said that we will demand from the LG of Delhi to put a stop to this decision of the Delhi government.

He said that we are worried about the increasing pollution in Delhi. But, the government should consider its option before taking any decision regarding the ban on diesel vehicles.

Khandelwal said that if this decision is implemented then there will be a big hurdle in the movement of goods from other states in Delhi. Along with the traders, the common people will also have to bear the brunt of this.

The Delhi government has announced a ban on the entry of diesel vehicles from October 1 as part of an effort to check rising pollution in the capital. This decision of the government has been opposed by the Confederation of All India Traders. However, the Delhi government has said that vehicles carrying vegetables, fruits, grains, milk and other essential items will be allowed to move in the capital.

Confederation of All India Traders General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that due to this decision of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the traders of Delhi may have to suffer heavy losses. This can have a big impact on the distribution system of Delhi. Along with this, the neighboring states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana will also have to bear the brunt of this.

He said that the season after October is very important from the point of view of business. In such a situation, our entire transportation system can be messed up due to the ban on trucks. We may have to bear heavy losses.

Khandelwal said that due to the ban of these 5 months (October to February), we (businessmen) can lose thousands of crores. A large number of marriages take place during this time. Many big festivals are also celebrated. He said that we will demand from the LG of Delhi to put a stop to this decision of the Delhi government.

He said that we are worried about the increasing pollution in Delhi. But, the government should consider its option before taking any decision regarding the ban on diesel vehicles.

Khandelwal said that if this decision is implemented then there will be a big hurdle in the movement of goods from other states in Delhi. Along with the traders, the common people will also have to bear the brunt of this.

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