Bunch of monkeys sitting high should be given some meaningful job, else they will end up doing all such non-sense and without an option we people will get affected. Couldn't understand what's wrong with those plates (though fake replicas)
- Does it affect read-ability? NO
- Does it use some fancy fonts? NO
- Does it do something wrong to the public / Govt? NO
- Does it affect environment? NO
- Does it add any revenue (Direct / indirect / legal / illegal) to the Govt (or the one associated with it)? NO
Got it, got it now. This 'NO' is the reason for current ban. The same plates when sold by Govt (through so called authorised personnel) will become legal in no time. IMO
those plates are far better than the painted reg plates of Govt buses (in most cases the paint peeled off and only a part of reg number is visible) I do have the same question, what were they doing these many days / months / years? I'm interested to know under which tree they sat to get this "Gyan" (Knowledge) all of a sudden.
I do agree we should respect the law / rule and the one who question us should stick to those rules on the first hand. How many Govt vehicles are using a different color (Mostly Red / Yellow) for the "G" series (TN xx G
xxxx) in their Reg plates? Is that legal? In my understanding it isn't. Be it a personal, public or Govt vehicle, the only allowed color scheme is Black on White / Yellow background. So who is going to pay the penalty of such cases? Govt? So public tax is paid as Penalty to Govt? Doesn't make sense.