BS4 cars and bikes that were sold before March 31, but could not be registered as a result of the nationwide lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic can now be registered, the Supreme Court has ruled, following an affidavit filed by the Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA).

  • Supreme Court allows BS4 vehicles sold before lockdown to be registered
  • This relaxation is not applicable to vehicles sold in Delhi-NCR
  • All registrations on the government’s e-Vahan portal will be allowed

Indo-Asian News Service(IANS) reports that a bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra confirmed that all registrations on the government’s e-Vahan portal – including temporary registrations – will be allowed. However, this relaxation will not be applicable to vehicles sold in Delhi-NCR.

The advocate representing FADA, KVViswanathan, was quoted as saying, “We will comply with…

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