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Nepal court bans India registered three-wheelers in Nepal

25 November 2019  

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KATHMANDU: A Nepalese court on Sunday ordered the local authorities to restrict three-wheelers registered in India from operating in the Rautahat district of southern Nepal that shares a border with India.

The Janakpur High Court in an order said that India registered vehicles had been carrying passengers across the border for a few years against the prevailing law and also were not paying customs as required by the country’s law.

The order by the court came following a petition filed by a local transport entrepreneur against the operation of the Indian vehicle in the area, PTI reported

Authorities said they were working out a plan on how to execute the court’s order.

“The District Administration Office is working out a plan on how to implement the court order,” Kiran Thapa, the Rautahat Chief District Officer, said.

Publish Date : 25 November 2019 12:24 PM

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