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The whole Vehicle Scrapping Norms making process is carried forward with the consultation of the ministry of steel and environment, forest and climate change.
The Indian government has fast-forwarded the Vehicle Scrapping Norms for the establishment of formal scrapping centres and is also preparing for the announcement of voluntary vehicle scrapping policy. The government is looking forward to the precise structure in place for the scrapping centres. The draft guideline will be put this month for people review.
The whole Vehicle Scrapping Norms making process is carried forward with the consultation of the ministry of steel and environment, forest and climate change. These centres will work in collaboration with the government and the information of these vehicles will be linked to VAHAN (transport ministry vehicle database). These centres will make sure that the cars are deregistered before the scrapping process is initiated which will, in turn, ease the process for people and will not have to visit the Regional Transport Office.
Scrapping certificates will be issued to the vehicle owners. The existing private scrapping sectors creates a lot of pollutants in the process and as the senior official has quoted “The government is preparing a scrapping policy but how will it take off if there are no (proper) scrapping centres?”. There is also a provision of setting up of scrapping centres by the carmakers which will, in turn, enhance their sales. There is no incentive provision in this process.
The company with scrapping centres will have to submit the earnest money deposit (EMD) and acquire permission from the State government respectively. The amount of EMD is still not decided by the government but it can possibly be between 10 lakh to 1 crore. As quoted by an official “A smaller amount will ensure even unorganised scrapping units can come on board.” Scrapping centres will only be set up in industrial areas, and each is expected to provide employment to 25 people. This initiative is expected to enhance the automobile sector from the existing situation and is expected to create demand for new vehicles.
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