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High security registration plates mandatory for new vehicles in Delhi
Under the High Security Registration Plates (HSRP) scheme, all new vehicles in the capital have to be affixed with a non replaceable and tamper-proof number plate, which will be available at the HSRP centres at Regional Transport Offices (RTOs).

 

The installation of HSRP in the existing vehicles will kick off on June 15.

However, with only two HSRP centres operational at present, the department is hoping that the wait for the plates will not get out of hand.

Officials said that the company entrusted with the task of executing the HSRP scheme, Rosmerta HSRP Ventures, has been given six days to get the secure number plates affixed on each car.

Failure to stick to the deadline will result in the company getting penalized.

In total, Delhi will have 14 centres, one at each RTO.

New vehicle owners will have to go to the local RTO to get the registration number.

The MLO (motor licensing officer) will issue an authorization slip to the owner, who will then approach the HSRP centre and pay the requisite amount to get the HSRP affixed.

The centre will allot a date and time for installing the secure number plate to the owner.

 

Source: All India Radio News