The Bhagyanagar Gas Ltd (BGL) is to deny compressed natural gas (CNG) refill to vehicles without CNG compliance plate (CCP), from November 30.
The orders have been issued by the chief controller of explosives, Nagpur for implementing the orders on compulsory CCP, for vehicles that are running on CNG.
If the CNG compliance plate (CCP) is missing from cars or other auto mobiles that have CNG engines, these vehicles would be denied fuel.
Presently, there are more than 10,000 vehicles in the state that run on CNG. The use of spurious cylinders is extremely dangerous and so to have a control on these acts by the motorists, the compliance plate (CCP) is mandatory.
Source: The Times of India