Aizawl, Nov 20: As practice every year, the government of Mizoram has decided to conduct ‘No Tolerance Drive or Checking on vehicles from December following a decision made in a joint meeting between Aizawl traffic police and Enforcement staff under state Transport department recently, Superintendent of Police (Traffic) C. Lalthanmawia, MPS said.
The mass no tolerance drive or checking would be jointly launched by Mizoram traffic police and Transport Department from 7 December to ensure that all vehicles including two wheelers have valid registration and documents. “Traffic police and Enforcement staff under state transport order neurontin department would enforce a stricter check on vehicle that has no valid documents and violate traffic rules to ensure safety road during Charismas and New Year season so that people celebrate the religious festival under peaceful environment,” Lalthanmawia said.
Meanwhile the government has also directed transport department and traffic police to conduct mass checking on vehicles that got registration from a state or place other than Mizoram in an initiative to avoid vehicular theft and to spot a vehicle if it was stolen from other areas. The mass checking on out-state registered vehicles would be launched in the entire state from 1 December. While in the state capital the mass checking would be conducted by traffic police and transport department’s enforcement staff, in all other district headquarters or within the jurisdiction of various district, DTO and district police would conduct the drive during which all vehicles possessing registration from other states would be ensured if they were obtained on legal purchase.
The state government has also asked all vehicles owners to verify their registration number and documents before the drive on mass vehicular check.