NEW DELHI: Delhiites will soon have to provide a Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate for filling fuel at pumps, as per the announcement made by the state government on Friday.
The government will soon make it mandatory to have the PUC certificate ready for fuelling at petrol pumps but not before taking the public’s opinion on it.
The draft policy will be placed for public opinion before being notified, the statement mentioned.
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