Re-Registration Of Outside Vehicles

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What ‘Necessitated’ March 27 Circular, HC Asks RTO Kashmir To File Affidavit

‘Pendency Of Petitions No Impediment For Transport Authorities To Screen Vehicles’

Srinagar, April 21 (GNS): Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Wednesday requested Regional Transport Officer Kashmir to file affidavit earlier than it by tomorrow, indicating therein as to what necessitated the issuance of March 27 round, mandating the car homeowners who’ve bought their automobiles bearing exterior registration quantity to use for a brand new registration inside fortnight.

A division bench of Justices Ali Mohammad Magrey and Vinod Chatterji Koul additionally made it clear that pendency of the petitions wouldn’t be an obstacle for visitors for the Transport Authorities to display screen the automobiles with non-local registration mark for checking their veracity vis-a-vis the paperwork and the bonafide entry into the territorial limits Jammu and Kashmir. However, the courtroom mentioned that such train shall be undertaken by the officers of the transport division solely.

Earlier, RTO Kashmir, who was current via digital mode, submitted that the choice to inform the round was taken in a gathering convened by the Secretary to the Government, Transport Department for guaranteeing screening of the car which bears the non-local registration. The officer upon being pointedly requested by the courtroom as as to whether any train was undertaken to satisfy the necessities of Section 46, 47 and 50 of the Motor Vehicles Act by the Transport Department, he submitted that he has no information to that impact.

“Since the officer was not in a position to satisfactorily demonstrate the origin of the circular and his authority to issue it, the court feels it appropriate to ask the officer to file his affidavit before the court by tomorrow (April 22), indicating therein as to what necessitated the issuance of circular and remain present in person along with records on the next date,” the courtroom ordered as per GNS.

The Secretary to the Government, Transport Department, Civil Secretariat, Jammu, shall additionally stay current via digital mode on April 21, the courtroom mentioned additional.

Last week, the courtroom had additionally directed the authorities to file response to the petition filed by one Irshad Hussain Munshi, a resident of Buchpora Srinagar. The courtroom has nevertheless already declined to listen to the plea as a Public Interest Litigation.

The petitioner, Munshi, has sought instructions to the involved authorities to quash RTO Kashmir’s round dated March 27, mandating the car homeowners who’ve bought their automobiles bearing exterior registration quantity to use for a brand new registration as per the provisions of Section 47/50 of Motor Vehicle Act 1988 inside a prescribed interval of 15 days, failing which motion as warranted shall be initiated towards them.

He additionally sought instructions additionally make clear by means of a round or order on the difficulty of levying of tax on the automobiles bought exterior J&Ok if the earlier proprietor of the car has already paid the tax on the car.

He additionally sought instructions to make clear by means of round from which interval the tax is to be levied on the automobiles.

Munshi has additionally sought instructions to the involved to not seize or impound or advantageous the automobiles bearing exterior registration quantity in pursuance of the RTO’s round.

He additionally sought path to the authorities involved to offer the general public ample time period for submitting inheritor paperwork for re-registration and likewise sought instructions to amend/loosen up the foundations to be able to keep away from inconvenience to most of the people. (GNS)

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