Dhoke warns second hand vehicle owners to transfer ownership. Police Commissioner R N Dhoke on Tuesday ordered the owner of second hand vehicles to transfer the ownership in their names within 30 days of purchasing the vehicle. In an orders issued, Dhoke said that it was found that customers purchase second hand vehicles but didn’t transfer the Registration Certificate (RC) in their names. With no information available with concerned department regarding the sale/purchase of second hand vehicles, the police finds difficult to reach the occupant of the vehicles. Sometimes the vehicle was misused by person and the police couldn’t reach the accused. However the rule is to transfer and register the vehicle within 30 days of purchase at Regional Transport Office (RTO), as customers have to pay certain amount of tax for the registration so they avoid the transferring process.In several cases the police find that the vehicle used in crime was sold by the owner of car but the transport office didn’t have any information of the sale of vehicle. While exercising his powers the Police Commissioner R N Dhoke issued orders and said that if any person failed to transfer the registration of vehicle within 30 days of purchase, a case will be registered against the guilty person according to law.In another ban orders, commissioner has banned the sale of tobacco products and hookah bars. Meanwhile the top cop has also imposed Section 144 under which assembly of more than five persons are prohibited and no person is allowed to carry weapon.
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